Vodafone GPRS Pack Rs 98 Rationalized In Ap Circle

Vodafone GPRS Pack Rs 98 Rationalized In Ap CircleThough Vodafone is trying to provide the most attractive and competitive 3G Tariff packs, seems Vodafone is showing a bad eye towards GPRS users in AP circle.

A recent change in the 2GB for 98Rs – 4 Weeks pack showed a sudden sign of disappointment to its users. The DATA benefit suddenly showed a sign of decline to 1.5 GB for 4 weeks instead of 2 GB with same validity and price. A whooping 0.5GB of DATA benefit cut for the same price and validity.

Also if you have observed carefully Vodafone is trying to bring out a different strategy on Validity of benefits by cutting off 2 days from default validity period of a month / 30 days an usual followed by all operators and adding 2 days to its profit gain.

Instead of 30 Days Default validity it started a 4 weeks or 28 days Validity benefit to its special packs.What ever be it negative or positive,we have a good indication on promoting the latest 3G Technologies for affordable prices but this should not add any disadvantage to EDGE/GPRS phone users.

I have also tweeted the same on twitter to @VodafoneIN and got interesting replies.

How Do yo look at this move from Vodafone? 

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June 12, 2013 8:59 pm 8:59 PM

sir, now i get a new intex 3.5g modem i connect the internet through an vodafone please tell me the best prepaid offers.

June 26, 2012 11:24 pm 11:24 PM

In Gujarat BSNL gives 2GB DATA ON RECHARGE OF (2G PACK) 98Rs.with validity of 30 days,But it gives 3gspeed upto 3.6 mbps on manually 3g network selection in 3g handset & also in 3g data card…

June 23, 2012 8:05 pm 8:05 PM
@Saurabh Your are correct ,i agree, but should know that nonstandradized equipment is not a big problem. you can order to company to make things as per your needs, because you are not going to buy a mango which you cannot order to seller in a non standardized taste. So this is not a problem. BSNL is in problem because bsnl is not deciding to compete with private operators. BSNL is only doing a formal duty of feeding his employee by a formal GSM service and other services like a good broadband (but as soon as someone will decide to… Read more »