Vodafone (Kolkata) Reduces Roaming Rates for Postpaid

Vodafone (Kolkata) Reduces Roaming Rates for PostpaidVodafone Essar, one of India ’s leading cellular services providers, today announced new tariff plans which offer substantial reduction in national roaming rates for its Postpaid GSM Mobile subsribers in Kolkata Telecom Circle.

Vodafone Post-paid customers can opt for the Rs. 299 ‘Travel Plan’ or the Rs. 299 ‘Ticket Plan’ to enjoy the new per minute and per second roaming tariffs respectively. In addition to the flat 70p/minute national roaming rate, the Rs. 299 Travel Plan offers a flat rate of 50p per min on local & STD calls and 175 mins free on local & STD calls per month. Similarly, in addition to the flat roaming rate of 1.5p/sec, the Rs. 299 ‘Ticket Plan’ offers the customer a flat local and STD rate of 1p/sec and 10,000 free local and STD seconds per month.

“We are delighted to continually provide our customers the enduring advantage of Vodafone’s superior network, customer-centricity and innovative offerings. Both the Travel Plan and Ticket Plan offer simplicity to our customers by introducing flat rates across categories, and the power to choose either the Minute or the Second pulse rate option, based on their preference. Both plans offer reduced call rates and enable our customers to stay connected at affordable rates while being on the move” said Kumar Ramanathan,CMO, Vodafone Essar.

Earlier Vodafone slashed its National Roaming Rates for Prepaid subscribers of all telecom circles across India.

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iqbal singh
December 11, 2009 10:44 pm 10:44 PM


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Prasath J
December 10, 2009 9:39 pm 9:39 PM

Roam @1.5p/sec is slightly lesser than 1Re/min, which was offered for long time by RCDMA, Indicom, BSNL…

December 8, 2009 12:26 pm 12:26 PM

amit :

Sayantan :@NIMEESH Don’t expect this from vodafone otherwise they will decrease their robust network to the network of reliance,which is…worst.

Who told you reliance network is poor. In kolkata RCDMA is much more robust than Vodafone.

he is taking about RGSM not RCDMA