Vodafone announces special plans for Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus with free usage for six months

By October 9th, 2015 AT 12:16 PM

As you all know, we reported about the Indian prices for the recently launched Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, and both of them are really expensive. Today, Vodafone has announced a special Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus offers for users who are willing to buy the devices which are launching in India on the 16th of October.
Under this offer, Vodafone will offer Red 1299 plan worth Rs. 8,885 for free for 6 months on purchase of the iPhone 6s or the iPhone 6s Plus from Amazon. This offer is available for both old and new Vodafone postpaid customers.

Benefits of Vodafone Red 1299 Plan (per month):

  1. Free Internet Quota: 3GB 3G
  2. Free Local & STD Minutes: 4,000 Minutes
  3. Free Local and STD SMS: 1,500

*Roaming tariffs, international calling charges, and VAS will be charged as per the current plan.
*Charges above plan limits: 50p/MB (data), 50p/min (voice), 50p/SMS.

As Vodafone Red customers get priority and direct access to a dedicated Vodafone relationship manager along with other benefits on Vodafone Stores, we say that the deal is quite good. This offer is available only for purchases carried out on Amazon.in from the official seller Cloudtail, and is available from October 9, 2015 to November 30, 2015.

As we already know, the iPhone 6s starts at Rs. 62,000 for the 16GB variant and the iPhone 6s Plus starts at Rs. 72,000 in India. Another leading operator in India, Airtel, is yet to announce its Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus plans.

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Nice trap to get users move in from prepaid to postpaid..

You can never move out once you fall into the trap.


never buy vodafone post paid. all executives will always give you fake information

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