Vodafone India Launches Unlimited 2G GPRS Pack With FUP

By October 23rd, 2012 AT 5:15 PM

Vodafone India today announced the launch of an all new Unlimited Mobile Internet  Pack (with FUP on Speed) for its 2G Prepaid mobile customers (New + Existing).

Priced at Rs. 152 (+- Rs.5 in various circles), this new GPRS pack offers 2GB of 2G Data beyond which the Mobile Internet speed is controlled to 40 Kbps. Priced at Rs. 152, this new pack offers 2GB of 2G Data beyond which the Internet speed is controlled to 40 Kbps. Vodafone customers can continue to browse and download from the Internet thereafter as well for a period of 30 days without any incremental charges.

This new plan by Vodafone India is exactly same as few days back launched by Bharti Airtel and IDEA Cellular as we shared on TelecomTalk.

Vodafone’s new GPRS Pack 152 is now available at all Vodafone outlets for prepaid mobile customers in Mumbai circle and in other circles price/MRP of this pack may be in the price band up to Rs.5 (+/-) of above price. For more details contact Vodafone Customer Care of your circle.

Thanks to PD!

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Ravi

how to recharge this plan of RS 152 ??????????……..

Akash Kumbhar
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SpeeD After 2Gb , in 2Gb GivinG max 38Kbps, n After 2Gb Post GivinG 2-4 Kbps , Dont be fool .

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