Vodafone India becomes first Private telco to offer 3G services across India, launches 3G roaming in Odisha

By November 25th, 2014 AT 7:28 PM

Vodafone India, has launched its 3G roaming services to its customers in Odisha circle with this launch, Vodafone also becomes the first private Telco to provide 3G services across India.

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In addition to offering customers (both pre and post paid) 3G roaming facilities, Vodafone is also offering multiple packages to suit customer requirements in Odisha. The postpaid plans start from monthly rentals of Rs. 150 for 500MB, going up to Rs. 850 for 5GB Data. Prepaid plans start from Rs. 27 for 90 MB data with a validity of three days.

As a special promotional launch offer, Vodafone will be offering prepaid customers a 40% discount on data plans for a period of 10 days. So a customer can buy a 1GB 3G Data pack for Rs. 157 and a 10GB Pack for a heavy user will cost just Rs. 777 during this period. Vodafone prepaid customers in Odisha can also purchase a one day internet trial pack for Rs. 8.

Vodafone Postpaid 3G plans:

Monthly RentalData  Benefit
150500 MB
2501 GB
6503 GB
8505 GB

Vodafone Prepaid 3G Plans

Recharge MRPPromotional Pricing for first 10 days BenefitsValidity
825 MB (Trial Pack only on USSD)1 day
45150 MB7 days
99300 MB28 days
2511571 GB28 days
6554173GB Unlimited – (Post 3GB data benefit speed will be optimized to maximum of 64Kbps)28 days
8555375 GB Unlimited – (Post 5GB data benefit speed will be optimized to maximum of 64Kbps)28 days

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