Vodafone launches Hero data packs, prepaid customers can get upto 10GB of data for Rs. 297

By January 19th, 2016 AT 1:03 PM

In the past few weeks, we have seen announcements of Magic Data Vouchers from operators like Idea Cellular & Bharti Airtel across many circles. Now, Vodafone India has also introduced such data recharges. Magic Data vouchers by Airtel & Idea offer upto 10GB of data at less than Rs. 300 while one can surely get 1.25GB of data as per the offer, and the additional data depends on a customer’s luck.

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Vodafone has named these Magic Data Vouchers as Hero Data Packs. By recharging with this pack, which is priced at Rs. 297, Vodafone prepaid customers can get upto 10GB of data while its 1.25GB of data is a surety. However, the pricing can vary from circle to circle.

Many readers on our site have shared that they have received 4GB, 3GB, 3.25GB or 2.5GB of data by recharging with this magic recharge. So, you can try your luck by recharging with this ‘Hero’ data pack from Vodafone. Don’t forget to share your views on this product through the comments section.

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Disgusting. Just received 1280MB alone. Dont try this friends. Its Zero recharge and not Hero recharge. 🙁

rahul ratnaa
rahul ratnaa

i got 20gb feeling awasome

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