Vodafone to launch international standard stores in India

Vodafone-IndiaVodafone is looking to revamp its customer experience in India. Vodafone is in a foray for modernising its offerings to International standards by adding a touch of convenience for its customers. Earlier we shared with you how Vodafone had become the first operator to start paperless activation for new connections on the basis of Aadhar card and now they are looking to upgrade Vodafone galleries and mini stores across the nation to international standards.

In UP East circle, the first such global design store was opened in East End Mall in Gomtinagar and the second such store was inaugurated in Aminabad . These stores will have a dedicated experience zone for giving fine experience of handling mobile services and data plans, live phones to operate and a separate smart crew to handhold consumers into complete mobile journey. The stores will also display the much-loved zoo-zoo merchandise (branding exercise of the company) and also red-box to facilitate easy transfer of data from one mobile to the other one.

Vodafone currently has over 9500 big and mini stores across the country and has recently launched 34 women-centric ‘Angel stores’ in 21 telecom circles and plans to expand to more in the future. Vodafone is giving special attention to UP East circle where it currently has 18 stores and plans to expand to 29 by the end of this year. Kavita Nair the national retail head of Vodafone said, “Most of the new stores would be opened on global design patterns so that customers are able to experience same services across the globe. Even few of the older ones would also be revamped on international structure.”

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Colonel Zaysen
April 8, 2015 3:02 am 3:02 AM

VDFN 1st needs to revamp it’s 2G/3G networks in many prime places of Delhi than opening new stores. I live in the heart of Central Delhi the biggest commercial place Karol bagh, but the VDFN signal inside the sealed room is pathetic. My Nokia 130 signal keeps fluctuating between nil and 4 bars the whole day. But the network works fine on the road. I ported my MTNL SIM to Vodafone thinking it would have good network but it seems to be the worst.

S Gopal
April 8, 2015 4:40 am 4:40 AM

How good is the MTNL service in your locality? Worse than Vodafone or better?

Colonel Zaysen
April 8, 2015 2:52 pm 2:52 PM
S Gopala, I am using MTNL GSM since 2005 which was my 1st GSM Connection. In the MTNL SIM I get Banking OTP, and to give for Govt Records etc. At that time it was very Good but during the last 1 year too much network problems inside the rooms. Same problem like VDFN signal bars keep fluctuating. In fact because of these problems last month I activated STD on my MTNL Landline to make use of the 100 free calls which I get with my so called 512 Kbps Broad Band Connection. Kindly read my post on MTNL experience… Read more »
Sudhakar
March 15, 2015 10:05 pm 10:05 PM

This vodafone is costly network for using in India and using Indian vodafone SIM outside India. Who will pay Rs.149 as monthly rental for international roaming in addition to high call rates?.

Airtel and Aircel are better in this regard which collect only Rs.99 as monthly rental for international roaming

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