Vodafone is Now Offering 10GB of Data on 4G handsets with Rs. 348 pack

By January 30th, 2017 AT 1:44 PM

Vodafone has introduced yet another change in their much famous Rs. 348 plan, according to our close sources. The company will offer 10GB of 4G data for the customers whoever recharges with the Rs. 348 pack, which currently is offering only 1GB of data. Nevertheless, there are some catches with this offer as well.


Vodafone will be offering the same 1GB of 4G data for all the customers, but for the customers who bought a new 4G handset will be provided with additional 9GB of data. This offer is similar to the Vodafone’s recent offer, where the company offered 3GB of 4G data free for 12 months with the purchase of a new 4G handset. Customers need to head over to the official website to get the additional 9GB of data.

However, with the Rs. 348 pack, users can avail this offer for three months, which means that users will be able to get 9GB of additional data for three months. Also, our sources claimed that this offer would be available for both old and new Vodafone 4G users, but all they need is a 4G handset to avail the additional data.

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Having said that, the offer will be valid for both postpaid and prepaid customers of Vodafone. Another interesting is: the additional 9GB of data can be used as 2G/3G/4G data, which a good thing to see from Vodafone.

Our sources also revealed that this offer is already live and users can get the additional 9GB of data if they recharge with the Rs. 348 plan, starting today.

Also, this extra 9GB of data will be available for usage 24*7, same as any other data pack. To recall, Vodafone at the end of December introduced the Rs. 348 plan with unlimited calling to any network and recently limited the daily call limit to 300 minutes. This plan will be rolled out soon, but there is no estimated date.

What do you think of this offer? Will it attract the consumers? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

Note: The story is based on Multiple sources.

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