Vodafone Launches Two New GPRS Packs for North East

By May 4th, 2010 AT 1:04 PM

India’s 2nd largest GSM mobile Service operator Vodafone Essar has launched two new GPRS Packs (Vodafone Live) for its prepaid mobile service users in North East telecom circle which include 6 Indian states named Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland and Tripura.

Vodafone’s Prepaid subscribers in North East circle can opt this service by paying Rs.98 per month or Rs.13 for 3 Days access. Both GPRS packs are to be used with ‘Vodafone Live’ profile and works only on Mobile Phone, not applicable for browsing through PC or Laptop.

To activate the new GPRS Packs, prepaid customers need to simply do an e-top with Rs 98 or Rs 13.The Fair usage policy/Data Cap up to a maximum of 2GB/month applicable, post which browsing will be charged at 10 paisa/10KB.

For more information Vodafone Customers can call 121 from their Vodafone.

Inputs : Shayanta Laskar -North East

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When i insert sim, i c0uld get 0nly v0daf0ne c0nnect setting but n0t v0daf0ne live setting. I want that v0daf0ne live setting. Help plz.


I’m having a overall nice experience with Voda telecom, but the Talktime on Chota recharge is too low compared to other network careers….

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