Vodafone India Launches Mobile Internet ‘One Time Trial Packs’ at Price as Low as Rs.25

By April 9th, 2013 AT 2:52 PM

Vodafone India has introduced ‘One Time Trial Packs’ for 2G and 3G at most affordable price points, giving its customers a taste of mobile Internet and its advantages, priced at Rs.25 for 2G and Rs.49 for 3G comes with a 500 MB data allowance.

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Available for both post-paid and pre-paid customer, the ‘One Time Trial Pack’ comes with a validity of 7 days and has a limit of 500MB. To activate and sample these trail packs, simply SMS TRY to 111. Basis the pack/handset validation, post-paid and pre-paid customers will get different responses and options.

These trial packs are customised to suit the Internet usage pattern and handset types of different customers. For example, if a customer is a 2G mobile Internet user and has a 3G handset, he/she will be offered a 3G Internet trial pack.

This offer is not available on Paper / E-Top Up. In case a pre-paid customer has already subscribed for Internet, this pack will overwrite the current Internet pack. In case of post-paid customer, the trial pack would be additive and customer would go back to the current Internet pack subscribed if any.

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Nik

If ur using vodafone sim,plz txt ACT TRYWIFI to 199 u wl get wifi pack of 52gb
it’s working in karnataka..

Rubai
Rubai

Vodafone is the best and no. 1 network for disturbless service(internet). Its I fell, when i port my number vodafone to airtel. now i face so many problem at the time of net surffing. airtel take so many time to open next page(2g). Soo buffering at the time of online vidio watching. Even net pack is so high and costly. Vodafone give 125 MB in Rs 18 for 5 day. but airtel give for 3 day in same cost. so i decided port in to vodafone shortly.

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