Vodafone India launches iPhone 6K Plan and iPhone 10K Plan

Vodafone India has introduced 2 exciting fully loaded tariff plans (iPhone 6K Plan and iPhone 10K Plan) for customers who buy a new iPhone along with the Vodafone Plan. These Vodafone Plans offer loads of Local/STD minutes, SMS and data that would ensure that customers will not have to pay extra for 24 months for the covered services during the plan period.


Vodafone India also announced a unique value proposition across entire range of iPhone models with fully loaded plans on attractive EMIs starting at Rs 2099 for iPhone 4s, Rs 2499 for iPhone 5c, Rs 2999 for iPhone 5s and Rs 3599 for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

An 16GB iPhone 6 (MRP INR 53500) under iPhone 6K Plan comprising 6000 minutes, 1500 SMS and 6GB of 3G Data plan will now be available at an all-inclusive EMI of INR 3599/month for a period of 24 months. Under iPhone 10K Plan, comprising 10000 minutes, 2500 SMS and 10 GB of 3G data will be available at an all-inclusive EMI of INR 3999/month for a period of 24 months. The Monthly EMI includes handset cost, Local/STD calls, local/national SMSes, 3G Data and applicable taxes and Interest.

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Kanaga Deepan N
January 16, 2015 6:07 pm 6:07 PM

Vodafone thinks that users who are fool enough to pay 50+k for a phone will opt for this plan… They are right to some extend, still…

Those 10000 minutes include roaming or NOT???

January 16, 2015 3:14 pm 3:14 PM

These telecos seem smart or try to appear smart by getting innovative plans, but one thing is assured that these kinda plans also seem devised by some of the most stupid creatures, how many of us loved maths during studies and these RASCALs want us to do the math for getting the plans right, if something goes wrong, some dumb lady just reads out the terms and conditions from the TnC page!!!

January 16, 2015 9:33 am 9:33 AM

Why cant they call it a Contract?

December 8, 2015 1:23 am 1:23 AM

it actually called as contract in uk