Vodafone Brings Affordable Rs 16 Data Only Prepaid Plan With 1GB Benefit for 24 Hours

For daily travellers, Vodafone has launched a new prepaid Filmy recharge of Rs 16 which offers 1GB of data for 24 hours

Highlights
  • Vodafone Rs 16 prepaid recharge ships with 1GB of data benefit
  • The data benefit will be valid for 24 hours from the time of recharge

Vodafone hasn’t been in the news for a while now as the telco is not introducing any plans to prepaid subscribers and even Vodafone postpaid users are also complaining about the lack of new plans. Vodafone has now launched a Filmy recharge of Rs 16 which ships with a data benefit of 1GB for 24 hours. After the entry of Reliance Jio to the Indian market, data prices have come down drastically. Back in 2016, telecom subscribers used to pay a whopping Rs 205 average price of 1GB of data, but Jio has changed the entire industry. And now, a Vodafone prepaid user can avail 1GB of data for 24 hours at just Rs 16. This plan is also available for Idea Cellular subscribers as well.

Vodafone Rs 16 Filmy Recharge Details

The new Filmy Recharge by Vodafone will retail for Rs 16 for the prepaid subscribers, and it won’t bundle any fancy things like SMS or talk time but will only bundle data. This new internet pack by Vodafone will offer 1GB 2G/3G/4G data to the subscribers for a day. As the name of the plan suggests, Vodafone has implied that with this recharge, users will be able to watch latest blockbusters and movies on their smartphones, although the pack is merely a data pack which blends in with other Vodafone prepaid recharge packs and doesn’t differ in any other way except for its name. Idea Cellular also introduced a similar Rs 16 plan to its subscribers.

Vodafone Internet Packs Options

If you’re a Vodafone subscriber and you are interested in recharging your number with an internet pack of more value, then Vodafone also offers other options. There is an internet pack of Rs 29 which offers 500MB for 28 days, another pack of Rs 47 which offers 3GB data for one day, Rs 92 pack which offers 6GB data for seven days and subsequent internet packs with 28 days validity for Rs 98, Rs 49, Rs 33 offering 3GB, 1GB and 500MB data respectively.

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Vodafone Reintroduces Talk Time Plans

It is also worth noting that after a few months of keeping the subscribers devoid of talk time plans, Vodafone had reintroduced these plans in its portfolio. Initially, the telecom operator had done away with recharges of denominations like Rs 50, Rs 100 and Rs 500. The telco has also brought back the Rs 100 and Rs 500 talk time recharge to the delight of subscribers. In addition to that, the telco has already got other talk time recharges worth Rs 10, Rs 1,000, and Rs 5,000. However, the catch is that these plans do not come with lifetime validity and most are limited to 28 days. Notably, among these recharges, the ones like Rs 100, Rs 1,000 Rs 500, Rs 5,000 offer full talk time.

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Tara
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where to send request ?

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Arnab Jain
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This pack is old as dinosaur.

Firstly it was Rs. 17 1 hour unlimited and then changed to ?16 1 Day 1GB.

Maybe your state got it right now. We have tbis plan for more than 1 year now.

AkashR
AkashR

Yes. In west bengal we are using it for quite long time. However ?17 unlimited 1 hour pack still exist! I used it last week to download games.

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