Vodafone Introduces Fully Unlimited Gprs Packs

By April 23rd, 2010 AT 1:07 PM

Vodafone Introduces Fully Unlimited GPRS PacksVodafone Essar, one of India’s leading GSM Mobile Service providers, today announced the launch of two new Bonus Cards for its customers in Kolkata.

These Bonus Cards offers unlimited mobile Internet browsing for all Vodafone prepaid customers and are available in two denominations of Rs 21 and Rs 251 respectively.

Customers can recharge with Rs 21 Bonus Card and avail unlimited mobile internet usage for 2 days whereas the Rs 251 Bonus Card offers 30 days of Unlimited mobile Internet usage.

With this service customers can enjoy a host of services, including watching free internet video clips, checking email on mobile, accessing social networking sites such as Orkut and Facebook, Internet search and lots more.

Aimed at making mobile internet browsing more attractive and economical to the customers in the state, these Data Bonus Cards are available at all Vodafone Stores, Mini stores and retailers across Kolkata.

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Is this unlinited data usage plan applicable for chennai customers

Arun trivandrum
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MNP effect is on,.Airtel gprs speed doubles in kerala

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