Vodafone Launches New Long-Term Prepaid Plan With 180 Days Validity

Vodafone is now going head on with Bharti Airtel as the Rs 599 prepaid plan offers validity for 180 days and also comes with unlimited calling benefit

Highlights
  • Vodafone's Rs 599 prepaid plan ships with unlimited voice calling benefit
  • Vodafone is providing the Rs 599 plan in select circles at the moment

Vodafone has introduced a new prepaid recharge plan of Rs 599 to compete better with Bharti Airtel. The telecom operator which merged operations with Idea is also providing other long-term plans like Rs 999, Rs 1,699 and Rs 1,999. The Rs 599 long-term plan by Vodafone is currently limited to select circles like the Rs 999 and Rs 1,999 plans, while the Rs 1,699 plan is applicable across the country. In contrast, Bharti Airtel is also providing a similar recharge plan priced at Rs 597, but the validity is 168 days only, unlike Vodafone’s Rs 599 plan which offers benefits for 180 days. Benefits of Rs 599 plan by Vodafone include 6GB data, unlimited voice calling and 300 SMSes per month for six months.

Vodafone Prepaid Plan of Rs 599 Details

The new Rs 599 prepaid plan by Vodafone is a Bonus Card type of plan and it offers no talk time to the subscribers. The benefits of this plan, however, include unlimited local, STD and roaming calls. As for the data, the plan bundles 6GB 4G/3GB data for the subscribers which is valid for the entire validity period of 180 days. On top of this, the plan also offers 1800 SMS for the entire validity period. Additional benefits of the Rs 599 prepaid plan by Vodafone includes free Live TV, movies and shows on Vodafone Play App. As always, this new plan from Vodafone is applicable only in select circles at the moment, but in the circles where it’s available, it’s an open market recharge.

Bharti Airtel Prepaid Plan of Rs 597 Details

When compared to the prepaid plan being offered by Bharti Airtel in the same segment, the data offering of the Vodafone Rs 599 prepaid plan remains the same as the Airtel plan. The Airtel Rs 597 prepaid plan offers 6GB data to the customers along with free unlimited local, STD and roaming calls. The validity of this prepaid plan is 168 days and it also bundles 300 SMS per month. Although the plan offers slightly less validity as compared to the Vodafone plan, it offers better additional benefits like 1 year free Norton Mobile security, Airtel TV premium subscription, new 4G device cashback, free subscription to Wynk Music.

Vodafone Prepaid Plans of Rs 299 and Rs 229

Only a few days back, Vodafone has also introduced a new Rs 299 prepaid plan and this is also a bonus card offering with no talk time. The Rs 299 prepaid plan comes with 70 days validity and in this period, subscribers will enjoy free unlimited local, STD and roaming calls. The total data which the customers will enjoy for the entire validity period is 3GB and the plan will also bundle 1000 SMS for 70 days. In the same price range, Vodafone also offers a Rs 229 prepaid plan which offers 2GB data per day, unlimited calling and other additional benefits for 28 days.

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Thamilan daa
Thamilan daa

Vodafone 3G in Tamilnadu mostly gives above 800 KB / s download speed (upload above 400 KB / s) and also allows voice calls and data at the same time without blocking the data access. loot tel 3G blocks data access during normal voice calls in its 3G network.

SonuSB
SonuSB

Hey.. don’t you get bore to tell the same thing repeatedly? And why do you always chanting 3G instead of 4G? If you are a young guy then why do you act like orthodox people? Grow up dude. Try to accept changes and facts that are going on. If you are really don’t like to appreciate the normal things then do come forward and do something for society instead of bashing every now & then. Everyone is having issues with slow 4G in India but every one knows that they can’t do anything by themselves so always accept the facts… Read more »

Thamilan daa
Thamilan daa

Sonu SB :
Is there any law not to talk about 3G?. If youbare a paid anti 3G brut, better keep off from here. Ok?. First of all can you prove thaf you will get all the facilities of 3G in 4G?. Else buzz off.

SonuSB
SonuSB

Dude. You are showing over sense over every topic. And I think you did not get my point in the comment as you think of yourself too much intelligent so couldn’t get the basic idea of my message. That’s why I always seen many readers replying you that you should read the comment first properly then reply. And today I fill that they all are saying correct.

Thamilan daa
Thamilan daa

Sonu :
Can you prove that the 4G coverage of all the operators is more than their 2G in India?. Challenge?.

SonuSB
SonuSB

Why should I prove? In fact I am happy with whatever I am having with. It’s you who always having issue over every topic. Then you should go do research and publish an article on Telecom companies 2G coverage & 4G coverage. Now it’s challenge for you. Let’s see your guts when someone gives you challenge.

spunky
spunky

In chennai when the network jumps from lte to 3g due to low signal, mostly the net will not work untill it jumps back to lte

spunky
spunky

this happens when i travel in suburban trains daily

Thamilan daa
Thamilan daa

Spunky :
To avoid all these only I keep my phone in 3G only mode in during travel within the city limits and in 2G only mode when travelling outstation.

JSR
JSR

@ Thamilan daa : A suggestion for you, change your name to 3G/Note4

Thamilan daa
Thamilan daa

JSR : Suggestion for you : Give amount to all the operators to increase their 4G coverage equal to their 2G coverage everywhere. Or else keep off from here.

Thamilan daa
Thamilan daa

JSR :
You sense less. Prove that that phone is not 4G VoLTE compliant. I know very well that you are using pigeons. U better keep off from here id o t.

JSR
JSR

Thamilan daa :
According to you I am using pigeons. Futuristic pigeons that can deliver comments to Telecomtalk.info; but unfortunately they cannot deliver common sense to you.

Lal Singh
Lal Singh

Airtel Rs.558 plan with 3GB data per day valid for 82 days is the best data plan. Airtel network speed is also better than Vodafone.

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Thamilan daa
Thamilan daa

Lal singh :
Rs.569 3 GB per day plan for 84 days is good plan in the Tamilnadu abd Chennai circle thab airtel.

Suhail Ansari
Suhail Ansari

But in Rajasthan we missed it

Chetan
Chetan

Switch to Vodafone.

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