Vodafone Mail Service In Details

Vodafone Mail service in detailsVodafone India’s 2nd largest mobile operator has been offering Mail services to their customers for sometime. Today we bring you an exclusive sneak peak to what and what not is included in the emailing service. Lets check it out.

Vodafone Mail is a convenient way to access emails instantly on your Vodafone mobile phone. Send, receive, view, edit and delete emails instantly. Be it attending to business matters, urgent personal issues or a simple ‘hello!´ to a friend, you can do it all with Vodafone Mail anytime anywhere.

Vodafone Mail works for anyone with a POP / IMAP enabled email account, whether private or business. Yahoo, Rediff, Indiatimes and Sify users can directly use Vodafone Mail to access their mailboxes – even without a POP enabled account.

Other mail services like Gmail and VSNL require a POP account to access Vodafone Mail. Vodafone Mail is also ideal for Enterprise and SOHO (Small Office / Home Office) customers who use POP accounts (Linux based servers & Hosted Email servers) to access their mails.

Features of Vodafone Mail:

•Real-time delivery: Vodafone Mail uses unique push-mail technology to deliver corporate and personal emails, contacts, and calendar data to your device.

•Real-time synchronisation: No cradle hassles to synchronise data between your phone and PC. Emails, contacts and calendar data on your phone are automatically synchronised with your mail server and vice versa.

•Multiple email account access: Add real-time access to a POP or IMAP account by enabling your personal email in addition to your corporate email and there’s no need for multiple email clients on your mobile device.

•Secure: Data transferred to and from your phone is secure with 128-bit AES encryption.

•Security Features

• With Vodafone Mail you can be rest assured that all the information that you send to, and receive on, your Vodafone mobile phone is delivered securely using 128 bit, end to end AES encryption.

• The entire message, and not just body text, is encrypted.

• Additional open ports are not needed, so corporate security is not compromised.

• You also have the option to remotely suspend the service temporarily, at any time.

Note: The features available with Vodafone Mail depend on the handset you use.

Here is a list of compatible phones that you can use to get Vodafone Mail services:

Vodafone Mail works on an extensive range of handsets, including Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Windows-enabled phones & smartphones, Pocket PCs and

Symbian devices.

• Nokia S60

3230, 6260, 6600, 6630, 6670, 6680, 6681, 7610, N70, N90, N72

• Nokia S60 3rd Edition

3250, E50, E60, E61, E61i, E62, E65, E70, E90, N71, N73, N80, N91, N92, N93

• Nokia communicator

9300, 9300i, 9500

• Sony Ericsson UIQ

P800, P900, P910i

• Sony Ericsson UIQ ver.3

P990i, M600i, W950i

• Sony Ericsson JAVA Phones

K310, K320, K510, K610i, K790, W550i, W610, W710, W810i, W830, W850, W880, W900, Z530, Z550, Z558,Z610, Z710

• MS Pocket PC Windows Mobile 2002 / 2003 Edition

Imate, O2, HP ipaq, Krome, SP230

• MS Smartphone Windows Mobile SP5

Imate, 02, Dopod C720w

• MS Pocket PC Windows Mobile 5.0 Edition

Imate JASJAR, K-JAM, HP ipaq, Dopod C800

• MS Smartphone Windows Mobile 2002 / 2003 Edition

Imate, O2, Krome

Charges Postpaid:

Plan (Rs / month) Free data (per month)
299 30MB
499 100MB
699 500MB
899 1GB

Usage charges for data used in excess of free data provided:10p / 10KB

Subscribe You can also subscribe to Vodafone Mail by clicking on http://www.vodafone.in/existingusers/VBS/pages/subscribeform.aspx or SMS ACT VMI to 111 (tollfree) and follow the steps.

Postpaid customers can activate Vodafone Mail now and enjoy a free trial for 30 days!

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g alexander
May 1, 2014 10:42 am 10:42 AM

pls let me know the mail ID to register complaint for vodafone overcharges/ debit without
authorisation from my prepaid account

July 20, 2011 9:22 pm 9:22 PM

pls just want to let vodafone know that i have not subscribe to any deal that will take money from my account each time i top up, please disregard such subscribtion.


December 5, 2009 3:56 pm 3:56 PM

Amazing as always 🙂