Vodafone India To Discontinue Inactive Prepaid Mobile Connections

Vodafone India To Discontinue Inactive Prepaid Mobile ConnectionsVodafone Essar the second largest GSM operator in India, said that it will discontinue mobile services for prepaid customers on numbers that have no usage i.e., no Voice Calls (Incoming or Outgoing), SMS & Data for any continuous period of 60 days.

Prior Airtel has also made it mandatory with 60 days disconnection norm ,according to Vodafone’s statement this guideline has been implemented because Department of Telecom’s (DoT) stringent guideline for allocation of new number series based on subscribers in VLR has created acute shortage of mobile numbers, for any telecom /mobile service provider company.

Vodafone’s all new customers will be intimated of the deactivation process in their starter kits while existing customers will be informed via SMS and outbound calls wherever possible.

This information is also updated on Vodafone website.


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dskushwaha
December 24, 2011 11:33 am 11:33 AM

Pug Fan :
Pug is an expensive Dog to maintain.
All BPL people use MNP.

So you are a Richie Rich! and flaunt it so!
But can you tell me Why Vodafone is so costly when it lack quality (Just like pug).

Pug Fan
December 23, 2011 1:19 pm 1:19 PM

Pug is an expensive Dog to maintain.

All BPL people use MNP.

PD
December 21, 2011 7:44 pm 7:44 PM
It seems that Vodafone is facing HEAT from all the sides. They too started using VAS as an easy way to make money so as to make revenue for paying fines ! I have lost around Rs.100 during the last 5-7 days by their unilateral activation of a foolish HUNGAMA scheme. Neither I asked for it nor they bothered to CONFIRM the activation. after making a complaint at 198 I was tole to send a “CAN ONE” sms to stop deduction. IT is high time that subscribers think of CITIZEN CHARTER for addressing this kind stealthy steps being resorted by… Read more »
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