Vodafone Launches New Year Recharge – 2011

By December 27th, 2010 AT 2:20 PM

In an attempt celebrate the upcoming new year 2011 and to provide enhanced value propositions to the customers, Vodafone, the 2nd largest GSM operator in India, today announced the launch of New Year Recharge -2011 for its prepaid subscribers in Mumbai telecom circle.

Vodafone’s prepaid subscribers now can enjoy the ‘New Year Bonanza of full talk time with Free GPRS’  with its newly launched New Year recharge of Rs.2011, wherein subscriber get full talk time worth Rs.2011 + FREE  Mobile Internet (GPRS/EDGE) up to 2011 MB. The offer will be valid for 30 days.

For More information, call Vodafone Care on +91 98200 98200 from any phone or 111 or 121 from your Vodafone mobile phone anytime.

Thanks to Mahesh Telecom !

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What about SMS charges; crazy charge of Rs3.45 for SMS to other network


PD : Aman :Its a good offer.. for high spenders like me who pay additionally for GPRS per month. and Mumbai Vodafone n/w is better than most of the other operators Amanji – Read carefully ! The 2011 MB, if I am correct, is valid only for 30 days. And therefore still u you have to pay additonally for GPRS from the month after the month u opt for this !! Yeah but for 1 month it is free for me so a saving of close to 400 bucks which is covered with the full TT. and with the kind… Read more »

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