Vodafone extends ‘Pay Per Second Billing Plan’ to Bihar-Jharkhand

By October 26th, 2009 AT 3:24 PM

Vodafone extends ‘Pay Per Second Billing Plan’ to Bihar-JharkhandIndia’s leading GSM Mobile service operator Vodafone which is the newest entrant to offer the Pay Per second tariff option, today extends its “Pay Per Second Plan” in Bihar and Jharkhand Circle for its prepaid mobile subscriber.

To Subscribe the ‘Pay Per Second tariff scheme’, Existing Vodafone Prepaid users will have to buy a special recharge voucher priced at Rs 15  which will enable them to make local as well as STD calls across all networks at 1 paisa/sec. The new customers of Vodafone in Bihar and Jharkhand circle can enjoy this tariff without any additional recharge as this is now the inbuilt tariff with Vodafone’s new prepaid sim kit.

Vodafone Pay Per Second Billing Plan-

Now talk to your hearts content with the 1p/sec tariff plan. With the Rs 15 Recharge Card, Subscriber will  get:
Rs 15 Talktime
All local & STD calls @ 1p/sec.

Validity 1 year.
ISD tariff will remain unchanged

People who presently do not use Vodafone can also get this scheme by purchasing a new Vodafone SIM car worth Rs 49 which will be set to this plan by default. The validity of this tariff option will be 365 days post which, users will have to re-purchase the special voucher.

Existing customers not recharging with the Rs 15 Recharge Card will continue with the existing tariff.
To know more call 144 from Vodafone or 97090-97090 from other phone.

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