Vodafone (Kolkata) Launches New GPRS Pack, 200 MB at Rs.21

By March 19th, 2010 AT 2:31 PM

Vodafone Essar, one of India ’s leading GSM Mobile service providers, today introduces new GPRS voucher for its prepaid customers in Kolkata telecom circle.The new Pack will cost Rs. 21, the GPRS prepaid voucher allows the Vodafone customer to Browse/Downloads upto 200 MB data and comes with a validity of two days.

With the GPRS voucher customers can send and view emails, browse popular websites like Google, YouTube, Orkut, Facebook etc. from their mobile phone. Customers can also log into Vodafone Live and download songs, applications, videos, games etc.

The GPRS voucher of Rs.21 is available across all Vodafone Stores, Mini Stores and other retail outlets in Kolkata telecom circle.

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johan saviour
johan saviour

Am johan , Am using tata docomo ,it gives around 4 – 6 gb downloading @ a reasonable speed of 30kbps in 2.75G and above 1 Mbps in 3.5G , plan cost is around 95 rs

Ashish gupta laxmi nagar
Ashish gupta laxmi nagar

Hi i’m ashish. airtel is given unlimited internet serfing and browsing and 2gb downloading in 98 Rs. But vodafone is given only surfing limit 2gb in 95.

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