Vodafone Launches 121 Service For GSM Subscribers

By January 14th, 2010 AT 12:46 PM

Ever wondered if your prepaid recharge is actually the best one for you? Here’s some great news, Vodafone Essar, one of India’s leading cellular services operators, today announced the launch of a toll free service 121 for its GSM prepaid customers in all the telecom circles across India.This is another step by Vodafone to fulfill the customers need with the words of Happy To Help.

Vodafone customers can dial 121 toll free or use USSD code *121# to and get free advices or detailed informations on recharges and tariff offers that will be best for them as their usage patterns. The best deal recommended by Vodafone to its customers from this 121 service is based on the analysis of various parameters like customers balance, validity, current status and usage pattern. The Best Deal offer can be a Validity Recharge, Chhota Recharge, Bonus Card or a value added service.

So if you are Prepaid subscribers of Vodafone, than go ahead, call 121 (toll free) from your mobile phone and get an offer that fits your usage and budget the best.

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vodafone is nt giving good services in punjab like other companies……

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vodafone never do this.

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