India’ second largest telecom operator, Vodafone today announced Ramzan special offers with Vodafone Ramzan Rs. 342 and Rs. 442 plans for prepaid customers in Karnataka. With these schemes, Vodafone is offering long validity benefits for 70 days. Moreover, Vodafone also unveiled two new SuperHour packs for residents of Karnataka.
As part of the offer, customers of Karnataka state can avail unlimited 2G data at Rs. 5 per hour and unlimited 3G/4G data at Rs. 19 per hour. Another interesting feature is that customers can download the Vodafone Play App, which allows them to watch Makkah and Madinah live.
As part of the exclusive plan, Vodafone will offer unlimited voice calling, unlimited national roaming and 1GB data per day with the Rs. 342 and Rs. 442 plans. Vodafone Ramzan Rs. 342 pack is valid for 28 days from its purchase and Vodafone Ramzan Rs. 442 comes with a 70 days validity. Additionally, customers looking to enjoy the best in value local and STD calling have the option to purchase Vodafone Ramzan Rs. 12 pack which gives calls at Rs. 30 paise/ minute and will be valid for 90 days.
Conveying his Ramzan greetings to Karnataka, Amit Kapur, Business Head, Karnataka, Vodafone India said, “The holy month of Ramzan is a month of giving and doing good deeds that benefit all. As a symbol of our endeavor to bring happy times to the lives of our customers, Vodafone has introduced a choice of plans that give them the best of talk time and data, at very attractive price. Starting from unlimited 2G data at Rs. 5 per hour to Vodafone Ramzan 442 that allows unlimited Local and STD calls, plus 1GB data per day, our plans have been designed to enhance the festive spirit and promote bonding with family and friends during this holy month.”
Vodafone has launched similar plans in the UP West and Uttrakhand circle recently. These new plans will take on the BSNL and Reliance Jio’s promotional plans, which come with a validity of 71 days and 84 days respectively.
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