Vodafone Unlimited Combo Prepaid Plans Under Rs 300 Offer Up to 70 Days Validity and 70GB Data

Vodafone has a wide range of prepaid plans under Rs 300 which offer up to 70GB of data benefit and 70 days of validity which no other telco in the industry is offering right now

By November 26th, 2019 AT 8:27 PM
Highlights
  • Vodafone has a Rs 255 prepaid recharge that ships with 2.5GB daily data for 28 days
  • Vodafone's Rs 299 prepaid recharge is the best long-validity plan under Rs 300
  • Vodafone Unlimited Combo Prepaid plans start at Rs 129 only

Vodafone is currently offering several unlimited combo prepaid plans to the customers across various circles. These Unlimited Combo plans from Vodafone bundle data, voice calling and SMS benefits for a certain period. Unlike Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel, Vodafone is not offering any prepaid plan queuing facility which is a bummer to many users. In fact, Idea is providing prepaid plan queuing to its prepaid users, but not Vodafone. With the tariffs set to receive a much-needed hike on December 1, we list out the unlimited combo prepaid plans from Vodafone priced under Rs 300. Vodafone’s unlimited combo plans start at Rs 129 and the company has a Rs 299 prepaid plan offering 70 days validity. The Rs 255 unlimited combo prepaid plan from the telco ships with 2.5GB data per day which totals to 70GB data for one month.

Vodafone Unlimited Combo Prepaid Plans Under Rs 150

Vodafone has two prepaid plans of Rs 129 and Rs 139 under Rs 150 which fall into the company’s unlimited combo plans category. Both these plans are open market ones and they offer benefits like unlimited voice calling and 300 SMSes for a period of 28 days. The Rs 129 plan comes with 2GB data benefit, while the Rs 139 plan offers 3GB data benefit for a month.

Vodafone Unlimited Combo Prepaid Plans Under Rs 200

Moving onto the Unlimited Combo prepaid plans priced under Rs 200, the UK-based telco has two of them- Rs 169 and Rs 199. The Rs 169 prepaid plan offers 1GB data per day, whereas the Rs 199 plan offers 1.5GB data per day for 28 days. Both the plans also come with unlimited voice calling without any FUP limit and 100 SMSes per day for the same validity period.

Vodafone Unlimited Combo Prepaid Plans Under Rs 250

Between Rs 200-Rs 250, Vodafone has a lot of Unlimited Combo prepaid plans like Rs 205, Rs 209, Rs 225 and Rs 229. The Rs 205 and Rs 299 prepaid plans are focussed on delivering better validity, whereas the Rs 209 and Rs 229 plans come with better data benefit. Starting with the cheapest one of the pack, the Rs 205 plan ships with unlimited voice calling without any FUP limit, 2GB of data and 600 SMSes valid for 35 days. The Rs 225 prepaid plan offers 4GB data benefit, 600 SMSes and unlimited voice calling benefits for 48 days.

Then we have the Rs 209 and Rs 229 prepaid plan which offers 1.6GB and 2GB daily data benefit for 28 days. They also come with 100 SMSes per day and unlimited voice calling benefits as well.

Vodafone Unlimited Combo Prepaid Plans Under Rs 300

Moving onto the last segment of Vodafone Unlimited Combo prepaid plans between Rs 250 and Rs 300, we have two of them priced at Rs 255 and Rs 299. The Rs 299 prepaid plan is a long-validity one falling onto the list of Rs 205 and Rs 225 prepaid plans. In fact, it’s the cheapest plan from any telco in the industry right now to offer 70 days validity at just Rs 299. The benefits of the Rs 299 prepaid plan include 3GB data, unlimited voice calling and 1000 SMSes valid for 70 days from the date of recharge.

Then we have the Rs 255 prepaid plan which offers a whopping 2.5GB data per day for 28 days, taking the overall data benefit to 70GB. Similar to other Vodafone prepaid combo plans, it also comes with unlimited voice calling and 100 SMSes per day valid for 28 days.

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