Exclusive: Vodafone India Introduces New FR 445 Plan Providing 1GB Data Per Day and Unlimited Voice Calls for 70 Days

India’s second largest telecom operator, Vodafone India has launched new first recharge plans to take on the incumbent operator Reliance Jio. According to our sources, Vodafone has launched three new first recharge plans of Rs 445, Rs. 353, and Rs. 145.

While the FR 445 is for both 4G and 3G customers, rest of the two newly launched plans (i.e. Rs. 353 and Rs. 145) are specially designed for 3G customers. Diving into the details of the three plans, the FR 445 plan gives 1GB data per day for 70 days for 4G handset users. It also provides unlimited voice calling benefits to any network across the country.

Coming to the new 3G plans, the FR 445 offers unlimited calls to any network across India, but the data is limited to just 2GB for 35 days. Under the FR 353 plan also you get unlimited calls to any network across the country, but Vodafone is offering only 2GB data valid for 28 days. Lastly, there’s the FR 145 plan which provides unlimited Vodafone to Vodafone calls and 1GB data for 28 days.


As compared with other plans from Vodafone, these new plans also come with some downsides. The voice calls on all the three plans are limited to just 300 minutes per day and 1200 minutes per week.

Our sources also claimed that these schemes are already effective on a pan India basis. These new plans from Vodafone will go against the Jio’s Dhan Dhana Dhan offer, and they almost match Jio’s offers. Jio is currently offering unlimited calling along with 1GB data per day for 84 days at Rs. 408 and 2GB data per day for 84 days at Rs. 608.

Airtel also has similar new user plans of FRC 449 and FRC 293. The FRC 449 plan gives 1GB data per day with unlimited calling for 70 days, whereas the 293 plan gives unlimited Airtel to Airtel calls free for 70 days along with 1GB data per day. Also, both Airtel’s and Jio’s Dhan Dhana Dhan offer are valid only for 4G users.

What do you think of these new plans from Vodafone? Will you register as a Vodafone user only for these plans? Let us know in the comments section below.

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BSNL Rs.339, Rs.349, Rs.395 and Rs.333 are far more better tham this fraudafone.


I recharged my bsnl no with 333 type ace plan.. and believe me it’s speed is too pathetic that you can’t use 500 mb in a day… Worst player


Maybe not the best in your state.


bsnl speed is very worst in kerala circle where they have vast coverage and profits. Still there outdated network sucks here voice calls are getting dropped speed was below 1 Mbps.


Exactly, You are ? right.. BSNL has the best Plans than any other network, what Does FR means why first time customer will get the benefits what harm has old customer done to ..


Too late and too expensive, One thing i fail to understand what are their marketing and sales team thinking. Other competitors are offering lower prices and better speeds with good coverage. Why would one use or stick to their overpriced plans. Also prepaid customers are having a gala time. The postpaid customers are struggling with no good offers and only free complimentary data to live on and survive for 3 months.

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