Vodafone India Goes Handy Phone Way

By September 23rd, 2009 AT 1:53 PM

vodafone-handy-phoneTelecom major Vodafone India has come  up with Landline phones. THE HANDYPHONE, initially launched in Gujarat, Kolkata, West Bengal circles,  is being provided with exciting low tariff plans.

One can get the Desktop Model at Rs 2299 and a Cordless model handyphone at Rs 1999. Key features  include: Calls to any three Vodafone numbers at 20p per min, Calls to all local mobile phones at 40p per min, Free local and STD calls every month.

Buying a Vodafone Handyphone is as easy as buying a mobile phone and installing it is no hassle either. Simply insert the SIM into the phone and start talking. You don’t need to do any additional paper work, you also don’t need to mess around with any wires or installation procedures

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their pulse to mobile phones is 120 sec and charge is 1.2 rs. so i u talk less than 120 sec then too u have to pay 1.2 rs. seems costly whereas in fixedline fone their pulse is 90 sec and 1.2 rs. more costly…….additional 50 rs for clip, 100rs for CUG….wht man it is a crap offer


U r right san,airtel had this kind of service long back.but it has stopped now.it was sim based service.

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