VODAFONE LIFETIME PLAN FOR Rs 47

By February 19th, 2009 AT 1:42 AM

Vodafone Indias leading telecom services provider introduced its popular Lifetime Prepaid at a lower price point of Rs47 .This is a significant initiative that further reinforces Vodafone commitment to make mobile more affordable and provide greater value to the Vodafone prepaid customer.Under the new Lifetime Prepaid,the customer can stay mobile by paying just Rs. 47 and recharging with a minimum of Rs 200 every 180 days to continue enjoying lifetime validity benefits.

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Vodafone Lifetime Rs 47 prepaid comes with a talk time of Rs.5 and a lifetime validity.Existing Vodafone prepaid customers can opt this plan by recharging with Lifelong at Rs47.In addition,by paying a daily rental of Re 1,customers can avail low calling tariffs at 50 paisa per min to any local Vodafone numbers, 60 paisa per min to all other local mobiles and Re 1 per min to local landlines.

A customer who does not wish to opt for a daily rental can recharge with Rs 48 and make all local calls at Re 1/min. Vodafone bonus cards can be used along with these Lifelong Prepaid plans, enabling subscribers to avail of low calling local and STD tariffs, SMS etc.

Vodafone TamilNadu users can go lifetime for Rs 52 which comes with free talktime of Rs 10 and lifelong validity. Local calls to all Vodafone numbers, other mobiles and landlines are at Re 1 per minute and all STD calls are at Rs1.50 per minute all Bonus Cards are applicable.

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