Vodafone expands 4G footprints in UP West & Uttarakhand, launches services in Haldwani

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Vodafone India has launched its SuperNet 4G service in Haldwani, a city in Nainital district of Uttarakhand. The company will soon expand the service to other major towns across the circle by March 2017.

UP West and Uttarakhand are key markets for Vodafone. The service provider has already launched the service in Meerut, Aligarh, Haridwar, Agra, Bareilly, and Dehradun in the region. “We have a lot to offer to our over 11.3 million customers... We are now launching 4G services in Haldwani, we will shortly expand the Vodafone SuperNet 4G service across the entire circle in a phased manner. We invite our data savvy customers in the city to make the most of the bonanza of special benefits being offered to enjoy the best mobile internet experience,” commented Dilip Kumar Ganta, Business Head – UP West, and Uttarakhand, Vodafone India.

Vodafone 4G Offers in Haldwani
Vodafone has launched a few 4G offers for the customers in Haldwani. Every SIM upgrade to 4G is free and 2GB data is offered free with the upgrades. The subscribers can also access Vodafone Play for three months. On purchasing packs of above 1GB, the prepaid customers can enjoy four times the 4G data. The price of the data packs starts at Rs. 8 for 30MB.

Besides, Vodafone offers 4G international roaming in 35+ countries including UK, UAE, New Zealand, Turkey, Ireland, Singapore, Albania, Netherlands, Romania, Germany, Greece & Czech Republic.

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The customers can access Vodafone SuperNet 4G on a wide range of devices. Vodafone’s 4G Mi-Fi supports Wi-Fi connectivity for up to 15 devices. SIM exchange can be done at multiple touch points in the region. Before visiting the stores, subscribers can check the 4G compatibility of their SIM/phone by sending an SMS <4GCHECK> to 199.

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