Vodafone India is unstoppable at the moment. The telecom operator, just a few hours ago announced the Vodafone SuperPlan of Rs 176 for its subscribers in Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh. And the operator has silently introduced a new first recharge pack of Rs 353. Yes, you heard it right. Vodafone has followed the footsteps of Bharti Airtel for this plan, going by the pack benefits.
The FRC 353 from Vodafone India offers unlimited voice calls including roaming calls too and 2GB data per day. This plan is valid for 28 days from the date of recharge, and it’s valid only for new or MNP customers joining Vodafone network.
According to our sources, this plan is applicable for Karnataka residents, and the company might announce it in other circles too in the near future. But we don’t have any info as of now on the same. Vodafone already has a Rs 353 FRC plan in Karnataka, which used to offer unlimited voice calls and 1GB data per day for 28 days.
This revision of the plan comes after Airtel and Idea’s revision of their similarly priced plans. Airtel’s Rs 349 plan for prepaid customers also gives the similar benefits of unlimited voice calls in national roaming and 2GB data per day for 28 days. And the best part of Airtel’s Rs 349 plan is it’s open for all customers across the country.
Idea Cellular is offering 1.5GB data with its open market Rs 357 tariff plan. Sadly, these plans are valid for just 28 days, but the best part is they’re coming from India’s leading telecom operators.
With this new change, Vodafone India is giving a massive fight to Airtel, Idea Cellular, and Reliance Jio. All the three operators were leading the tariff plans department for a few months now. But in recent times, Vodafone has been aggressively launching new tariff plans every now and then. Vodafone will be soon merging its operations with Idea Cellular to form a new leading telecom operator in India.
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