Vodafone India Launches a New Rs. 348 Prepaid Plan Which Gives 1GB Data Per Day and Unlimited Voice Calls for 28 Days

Vodafone India has announced a special offering for its prepaid customers in Rajasthan, with the launch of Vodafone Rs. 348 Prepaid Recharge Offer. With this plan, Vodafone is facilitating 1GB data daily with unlimited voice calls (Local and National) for 28 days. Vodafone says that “customers can enjoy unlimited calling with data benefits regardless of whether they are using 4G/3G or 2G enabled handsets.”

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This plan is valid for all handset users, including 2G/4G, which is a good thing from Vodafone because most of the operators are launching new plans only for 4G handset users. Vodafone’s Rs. 348 prepaid recharge offer is available at all the leading Vodafone Stores, Vodafone Mini stores and multi brand retail outlets across the state. Customers can also avail this recharge through MyVodafone App.

Another good thing about this offer is that it’s valid for all users, unlike other operators who’re offering plans for segmented users.

Extending Independence Day greetings to the residents of Rajasthan, Amit Bedi, Business Head – Rajasthan, Vodafone India, said “Vodafone has always taken the lead in coming up with innovative products and services that also offer the finest value to our customers. With Vodafone 348 Prepaid Recharge Offer users can explore internet elements like video, music, live TV, chats, with 1 GB data each day for 28 days.”

“Additionally, our customers can also enjoy unlimited conversations with their loved ones anywhere in the country. These benefits can be accessed by our customers on 4G/3G or 2G handsets. Now always be in touch with your near and dear ones with Vodafone 348 Prepaid Recharge Offer,” he added.

Vodafone also has a special Rs. 244 plan as well for Rajasthan users, which gives 1GB data per day and unlimited Vodafone to Vodafone voice calls for 70 days. What do you think of this new plan from Vodafone? Let us know by commenting below.

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Kiran
Kiran

Everyone please tell thanks to JIO for this like offers from Vodafone . But still Jio is cheaper than others, My request o all – Everyone use your vodafone, idea and Airtel no for incoming , use jio for outgoing, jio giving more attractive offers at present. JIO ‘S ADVANTAGES – 1. NO NEED TO SPEND FOR SMS 2. IF YOU ARE IN ROAMING MAIN BALANCE NOT NEEDED , YOU CAN USE SPECIAL OFFERS IN ROAMING ALSO. 3 . AIRTEL AND IDEA PRESENTLY GIVING ALL SPECIAL OFFERS TO SELECTED 3G AND 4G CUSTOMERS ONLY. IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBT PLEASE… Read more »

Kirit Patel (Ahmedabad)
Kirit Patel (Ahmedabad)

I have observed that many sites of TATA docomo is shutting down and JIO is acquire this sites in Gujarat from last 3-4 months in Gujarat.

Any one observed it in your area?

Kaushik
Kaushik

Yes. I have observed it in many places in MPCG also. These sites are being absorbed mostly by Jio. RCom within few months adds it’s 2G BTS to the same site and that’s that.

Nikhil
Nikhil

I didn’t get this… . RCom within few months adds it’s 2G BTS to the same site and that’s that.

Nikhil
Nikhil

So deal confirmed between two? Will it help Jio in terms of spectrum and rural coverage?

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