Vodafone Launches 2 New GPRS Packs In West Bengal

By June 9th, 2010 AT 11:27 AM

India’s 2nd biggest GSM telecom giant recently launched 2 new unlimited GPRS voucher for its West Bengal (except Kolkata) circle customer. These two GPRS vouchers come with a denomination of Rs.18 and Rs.23 respectively.

The Rs.18 voucher comes with a validity of 3 days, more distinctly 72 hours from the time of recharge and this voucher will allow a customer to surf unlimited Vodafone Live on his/her mobile without any FUP .

The Rs.23 voucher will allow a customer to surf unlimited Vodafone Live for 7 days at night (11PM-8AM). The Rs.23 GPRS  pack comes with a FUP of maximum 2GB(uploading /downloading).

Vodafone (West Bengal) GPRS Packs In Details-

MRP BENEFIT VALIDITY
Rs.18 Unlimited Vodafone Live browsing(without any FUP) 3 days
Rs.23 Unlimited Vodafone Live browsing at Night (11PM to 8AM) with a FUP of maximum 2Gb 7 days

Thanks to Anirban Mukherjee

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S.Ganguly
S.Ganguly

I’m in west bengal circle user internet pack 198/ means unlimited 30days.11thFeb company sms me why?80% I used.
confram me unlimited pack means how G.B used to use? ??

Aloke
Aloke

Thats good in west bangal in 98 1gb.but in karnataka 199.but speed is very bad

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