Vodafone India Announces Partnership With Intex; Offering 50% Cashback on Talk time Recharges

By September 26th, 2017 AT 3:44 PM

Vodafone India, India’ second largest telecom operator has come up with yet another offer to lure the customers during this festive season. The operator today announced its partnership with Intex Technologies, one of the leading Indian mobile handset brands in India, to offer 50% cashback on recharges up to Rs. 100 on Intex 2G feature phones.


For every voice plan recharge up to Rs. 100, Vodafone customers using Intex 2G handsets will get additional talk time of Rs. 50, or 50% extra cashback, thus saving up to Rs. 900 over a period of 18 months. They can use this cashback to enjoy services like voice calls, SMS and Value Added Services.

The cashback offer is valid until 31st October and applicable for all current and upcoming 2G feature phone models by Intex, including those recently launched as a part of the ‘Navratna’ series.

Avneesh Khosla, Associate Director – Consumer Business, Vodafone India, said “With the extended festive season around the corner, Vodafone is introducing exciting cashback offers to make the festival season more delightful. Vodafone’s partnership with Intex will give our customers more reason to enjoy long conversations and connect with their loved ones. The cash back offer is another value-added offering for our customers using feature phones to make the most of their new devices.”

Commenting on the partnership, Nidhi Markanday, Director & Business Head, Intex Technologies said, “Our partnership with Vodafone for voice plans will play a major role in catering to feature phone users to enjoy additional voice calls with family and friends this festive season. Vodafone’s strong pan-India network and Intex’s distribution channel together will prove to be a delight for consumers. India is still largely a feature phone driven market that needs to be catered to in the midst of the smartphone wave and so have also introduced special replacement warranty offer for all Intex feature phone models.”

Additionally, Intex is also providing a Special Service offer of 180 days replacement warranty on all 2G feature phones. The offer is applicable on all such phones irrespective of their launch date, provided the mobile phone should have been activated from September 1, 2017.

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Jiophone or jio sim not work if u not done any recharge .. ??

If Its true


In Airtel if u recharge rs 20 get 15rs talk time
Then Give missed call only
That airtel num working for lifelong** & still we have 15rs balance ..

So compulsory min arpu for
Jio is 149rs
airtel is rs0

Jio is only for high & mid class people..

trai favor the jio for icu 14paise to 6paise..

So all operator following jio principal

It force the all people for do monthly recharge .. Like postpaid user. Min 149 arpu..


It’s Just Good Business!


That is incorrect. Just like with other operators, even with Jio you have the option of remaining on the base tariff plan and doing just talktime top up and using that to give missed calls and for receiving incoming calls. Check the Jio website, they have info about talktime topup recharge denominations. Just because Jio offers free calling on all STV packs doesn’t mean you can’t use it in pay as you go mode. In fact Jio is the only operator which will be more than happy if you use its connection for incoming only, because they don’t face any… Read more »


My jio sim with 10rs main balance without 149 or 399 recharge number

I am not able to make outgoing call .
Why ??

I think jio is not like other operator



Ideally you should be able to make a call at 2p/sec base tariff from main balance without any STV. If you are unable to do so, you should call on 198 and speak to Jio care about it.


now the mobile user will be torn in half, jio pulling towards 4G and vodafone towards 2G. its like taxiwalas pulling a single savari to go by their taxi as seen on bus stands and railway stations, he he

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