Vodafone GPRS Pack Rs 98 Rationalized In Ap Circle

By June 20th, 2012 AT 3:17 PM

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? 

Passionately following the Indian #Telecom Industry for over a decade from Business, Consumer and a Technical perspective. My primary focus area is Consumer & Digital Experience.

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