Vodafone Introduces New Campus Survival Kit Offer With Unlimited Calls and 90GB Data for Students

Vodafone is known for providing attractive offers for students since a long time. And today, the telecom operator has introduced a New Campus Survival Kit offer for students in Delhi-NCR. Vodafone states that it’s that time of the year where college students get the opportunity to break free from their regular college life and gearing up for College Fests. To make most of the College Fests season, Vodafone introduced a new Campus Survival Kit- Fest Edition packed with unlimited and exciting offers.


Firstly, the Vodafone Campus Survival Kit- Fest Edition offers unlimited voice calls including free national roaming calls too, 1GB data per day and 100 SMS per day for 90 days from the date of picking up the kit. Alongside these benefits, the Fest Edition kit also provides a bouquet of other deals from portals such as Foodpanda, Swiggy, Bata, Lakme, OYO and Jabong. Also, students will receive free Vodafone merchandise.

Vodafone also stated that it launched this new Fest Edition Survival Kit following the huge success of Campus Survival Kit during the admission season last year.

At the moment, the Vodafone Campus Survival Kit- Fest Edition is limited to students in Delhi-NCR, but in the past, Vodafone introduced the survival kit in other cities such as Kolkata, UP West & Uttarakhand students as well. So expect the operator to announce the same Fest Edition in other cities too.

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