Vodafone India Offering Full Talktime Through M-Pesa for Its Prepaid Customers

By September 11th, 2017 AT 4:54 PM

Vodafone M-Pesa India has rolled out a unique proposition for their 193 million+ prepaid customers – ‘Every time, full talk time’. Vodafone prepaid customers can avail full talk time benefit on recharges from Rs. 30 to Rs. 100, exclusively on Vodafone’s mobile wallet service, M-Pesa.


What makes the offer more attractive is that there are no limits to the number of times a customer can avail this offer. One can recharge multiple times in a week or even in a day, making every recharge a full talk time recharge.

Any individual can download the M-Pesa App for free and recharge anytime, anywhere, on the go, through the app to avail this offer. The ‘Every time, full talk time’ offer is also available on recharge through USSD by dialling *400# or through the M-Pesa app & website.

Existing Vodafone M-Pesa customers in India can also enjoy full talk time through this offer. With additional talk time benefits ranging from 18-25% of the recharge amount, customers can have huge savings on their mobile recharges with this exclusive offer, only through M-Pesa.

Inviting Vodafone customers to get the best value for their recharges, Suresh Kumar – Operations Director, Vodafone India said, “Vodafone has consistently brought innovative and better value offerings to enhance customer experience. We are happy to present the ‘Every time, full talk time’ recharge offer through M-Pesa. Customers are increasingly adopting mobile wallets and we see many of our customers recharging their accounts instantly and conveniently through our M-Pesa app. With this offer, we are rewarding every mobile recharge above Rs 30, done through the M-Pesa App with Full Talktime benefit so that our customers can make more calls for the same amount.”

With a pan-India distribution network of close to 140,000 agents and with more than 16.4 million customers, M-Pesa is the largest banking business correspondent in the country. Vodafone is driving financial inclusion amongst the unbanked and underbanked community through various tie-ups across the country.

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It is time of unlimited calls and data plans. Full talk time plans time is expired one year before.now no one interested in full talk time offers as they are getting unlimited calls and data in 3 to 4 hundred rupees. So don’t post such silly articles

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