Exclusive : Vodafone India Launches Free 3G Data Offer for Tablet [ Any Brand ]

In an attempt to increase adoption of 3G Data service in India, country’s 2nd largest GSM mobile service provider, Vodafone has launched an FREE 3G Data (Postpaid and Prepaid) offer exclusively for Tablet users in Andhra Pradesh circle.

Vodafone India giving FREE 1GB 3G data for first 30 days to prepaid subscriber and one month 3G data plan rental waiver to postpaid users, who have a 3G Tablet of any brand which has the option of a inbuilt 3G SIM Card slot .

To get this offer, customer needs to take a Vodafone data connection/SIM Card from any Vodafone Store or from any modern trade outlet. The Postpaid customer would get one month (first month) waiver on the rental on post-paid 3G Data plan selected by them at the time of postpaid data SIM activation.

Note : This offer is only on Vodafone Data SIM which has to be bought only from Vodafone store or authorized Modern Trade outlets.For more details visit Vodafone Store of your circle.

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sonzoy

Good initiative Taken buy Vodafone but companies policy is not towards 3G, As I want to take 2G net and video calling but for this I have to recharge 104RS. to getting 3G towers signal what a weird service by vodafone

Amit Kumar

@Rajesh Malhotra
Malhotra ji, influence to hona hi padega, aakhir Robert ke haath mein aladin ka chiraag hai jo ki 50 lacs ko 300 crore mein badal deta hai 🙂

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