Vodafone Joins The GANG, Hikes Tariff

By July 29th, 2011 AT 9:35 AM

Vodafone Joins The GANG, Hikes TariffIt seems honeymoon is over, hard time for mobile users! Following Airtel’s surprise move to hike prepaid tariff in certain circles, Vodafone is also joining the gang with Idea and Aircel.

Currently Vodafone is the 3rd largest mobile operator in India on the basis of subscribers, Idea stands 4th, Aircel is at 5th position.

Vodafone will increase the tariff upto 20% for prepaid users in most of the circles, similar steps taken by Airtel, India’s largest mobile operator. This move will push the customers to use power vouchers always.

Experts welcome the move, as it will add more profit to the balance sheet of the operators. They also predict that new operators will also follow it, sooner or later.

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Vodafone India

Hi Janardhanan,

Please share your friend’s number with us here http://bit.ly/ovWtE8 We’ll contact him at the earliest to address the issue.

Vodafone Customer Care


Arjun Chandrashekar :
@Rajesh Kumar
I Think Vodafone Always Sucks In TN What Do You say?

Not just TN…even in Kerala…
From my friend’s mob they deducts rs. 2-5 everyday and then he has to call to their customer care every day to get the amount back. this happened even while roaming!!
this started around 1.5 month back nd continues still…. and this shows that the deduction is not accidental, but intentional.

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