Postpaid War: Vodafone Idea Customers Can Avail Up to Rs 2,400 Discount on Every Rental Plan

Vodafone Idea Limited has come up with a new offer for postpaid users after an eternity. As part of this new offers, Vodafone Idea customers can avail up to Rs 2,400 discount on every postpaid plan for 12 months or one year. Vodafone has this offer for a while now, but Idea Cellular has rolled it now to increase its postpaid user base. The newly merged telco has partnered with Citi Bank and providing 50% discount for users who apply for a new Citi Bank credit card. That being said, a user can avail a maximum discount of Rs 200 every month and an overall discount amount of Rs 2,400 spread across 12 months. For the unaware, Vodafone’s RED range of postpaid plans start at Rs 299, while Idea’s Nirvana postpaid plans start at Rs 399.

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How to Get 50% Discount on Vodafone Idea Postpaid Plans?

Vodafone Idea Limited has detailed the terms and conditions of the offer. To avail this offer, a customer has to apply for a new Citibank credit card and spend Rs 4,000 within 60 days of the card issuance. Vodafone and Idea customers using Vodafone Red or Idea Nirvana plans of Rs 399 & higher will be eligible for a discount of Rs 2,400 for a year on their postpaid rentals. Do make a note that the cashback would be offered at the rate of Rs 200 per month for 12 months.

In addition, to make things simpler to the customers, Vodafone and Idea Cellular are allowing users to apply for a credit card via My Vodafone or My Idea application and via the company’s websites too.

Vodafone RED Postpaid Plans: Netflix Subscription, 300GB Data and More

Vodafone India has the best postpaid plans in the industry right now. The telco’s postpaid plans start at Rs 299 and goes all the way up to Rs 2,999. With the entry-level postpaid plan of Rs 299, the telco is providing a total of 20GB data with carry forward feature, while the higher priced Rs 2,999 RED postpaid plan gives a user 300GB of data with 500GB of data carry forward option.

On top of that, Vodafone is offering one-year Amazon Prime subscription for free with the Rs 399 and above postpaid plans, and Netflix subscription with its postpaid plans priced above Rs 999.

Idea Nirvana Postpaid Plans: What Do They Offer?

Vodafone revised its RED range of postpaid plans back in April this year, while Idea Cellular revised them a couple of months ago. Idea’s Nirvana range of postpaid plans start at Rs 399, same as Vodafone and goes all the way up to Rs 2,999. The base plan of Rs 399 offers a user 40GB of data along with Data Carry Forward feature up to 200GB, and the Rs 2,999 plans ships with 300GB of data.

Unlike Vodafone, Idea Cellular is not giving any additional benefits such as Amazon Prime and Netflix subscription, but users will get free access to Idea’s Digital services such as Idea Music, Idea Movies & Live TV and others.

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good news from BSNL user..
today’s decision that, 50% fund from Govt and 50% fund from BSNL for 4g spectrum. now wait for BSNL 4g…

Yukthi Raj
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Very disappointed being an idea customer coz there is no Amazon prime offers…

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