Vodafone India To Offer International Toll Free Services (ITFS)

By September 30th, 2013 AT 4:47 PM

Vodafone Business Services (VBS), the enterprise arm of Vodafone India will soon start offering International Toll Free Services (ITFS) to meet the need of Indian enterprises to communicate with them, through an international toll free number.

Vodafone Vodafone is all set to tap the potential business opportunities in the INR 70 crore (Source F&S) ITFS market and empower the enterprises across sectors – cater to their international customers, call support centres in India or conference bridges hosted in India. Vodafone will work closely with these enterprises to understand their business needs and provide suitable ITFS number solutions. Vodafone customers can directly avail the Toll Free Number of different countries effortlessly. As an added benefit, customers need not connect with the foreign operators and neither do they have to worry about hauling the call back to India.

The noteworthy benefit of this service for Indian enterprises would be that billing is done in Indian rupees instead in foreign currency, which is the case when calls are routed through international operators. Besides, Vodafone will be providing this service to multiple countries by eliminating the need for Enterprises to talk to multiple service providers.

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Nancy Weaver
Nancy Weaver

It is really nice Vodafone offer free international toll free customer service center to answer the concerns of their clients. Offering this would mean great dedication to their clients in assisting them with their concerns, queries and bill concerns. I know that this can be of great help to every subscriber they have.

Saurabh
Saurabh

A shocker for 2G users from Vodafone on Oct 1:

Now Rs.98 plan giving only 500 MB for 21 days and others plans have also been revised. This is done in some circles including Haryana. 1GB now costs Rs.155-160.

They should be ready to lose revenues as their 3G network is not available at majority of places. In last few years, slashing tariffs beyond limits hit them hard and now increasing tariffs beyond a limit will tell upon. 😛

Rama
Rama

Over here in tamilnadu airtel has started giving 2GB 3G data for 255Rs with validity of 1 month and 3GB 3G data for 90 days for 375Rs starting 1st october for selected customers and god knows what vodafone has up its sleeves thir network coverage is not as good as airtel over here in tamilnadu and no 3G offers from vodafone in tamilnadu.Just for a confirmation have 3G offers from airtel stopped in north or haryana because its only now these offers have started in tamilnadu.

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