Vodafone India has come up with a unique scheme for the users of Bengal on the occasion of Ramzan. The country's second largest telecom operator a First Recharge Card 91 (FRC 91) for the residents of Bengal circle. Vodafone claims that the FRC 91 gives both voice and data benefits bundled into a single recharge voucher.
For the new Vodafone users, the FRC 91 provides an array of offers targeted to fulfil the customer's voice and data needs. Through the FRC 91, customers can get up to Rs. 120 talk time (depends on your luck), free unlimited Sehri calling from 2 AM to 4 AM on Vodafone network. It also provides 92MB of 4G/3G data. All these benefits will be valid for 30 days.
Furthermore, customers also get certain free ISD packs, which allows them to make calls to countries like Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Yaman, Qatar, and UAE at discounted rates. Customers opting this recharge card can connect with their friends and relatives in Bangladesh at four paise/sec, Bahrain/Kuwait/Saudi Arabia at 14 paise/sec, Yaman/Qatar at 18 paise/sec, and UAE at 20 paise/sec.
Vodafone also confirmed that this plan would be valid for existing customers, but they won't get the ISD benefits, which is a letdown.
Conveying his greetings to the residents of West Bengal circle, at the onset of Ramzan, Arvinder Singh Sachdev, Business Head, Kolkata & Rest Of Bengal Circles, Vodafone India said, “The holy month of Ramzan is a wonderful occasion for us at Vodafone to come up with an innovative offering that provides the finest value package, relevant to our customer’s needs. Keeping the festive spirit in mind, we have introduced a range of bonus cards to enable our customers to stay connected with their loved ones and share their emotional and spiritual experiences.”
Two days back Vodafone announced a new plan of Rs. 345 for the users of UP West and Uttarakhand offering unlimited calls and 1GB data per day for 28 days. The company has also introduced a 786 plan providing benefits of unlimited calling and data for one hour.