Vodafone launches new a roaming pack for Delhi, aims to acquire more users

Recently, Vodafone launched some new Roaming Minutes packs for the Delhi & NCR region. Public telecom operators (BSNL & MTNL) are providing free roaming for incoming calls since past few months, but private telecom operators are still charging for such calls. Earlier, those operators started offering Roaming Rate Cutters to make and receive calls during roaming at low cost.

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This time, Vodafone has introduced some Roaming Minutes packs to help those users who face problems of hight costs during roaming. These packs are basically designed with minutes that one can use during roaming for incoming and outgoing calls. There are two types of such packs – ones with more validity and ones with long validity. The packs starts from a price range of Rs. 43 and go upto Rs. 196. You can get details of all the Vodafone Roaming Minutes packs for Delhi in the chart below.

Vodafone Roaming Minutes Packs for Delhi & NCR Region
Price Benefits Validity Type
Rs 43 55 Free Roaming Minutes 60 Days Long Validity Packs
Rs 93 120 Free Roaming Minutes 90 Days
Rs 202 260 Free Roaming Minutes 180 Days
Rs 66 95 Free Roaming Minutes 28 Days Normal Validity


Rs 156 230 Free Roaming Minutes 28 Days
Rs 196 300 Free Roaming Minutes 28 Days
You can use the free minutes during roaming for both Incoming & Outgoing minutes.
*Please Do Check with CC Before recharge

*Packs only For Delhi & NCR

You might be wondering about the reason for Vodafone launching these pack in the Delhi circle. A clear reason is MTNL offering unlimited free incoming calls during roaming, and there is a large population in Delhi that stays there for a job or other purposes, and they visit their homes monthly or quarterly. The other reason is that Vodafone is just short of touching a user-base of 10 million (1 crore).

In July, the company added more than 64,000 users, while Aircel added double of what Vodafone could achieve due to their cheap offerings, STD as well as roaming low-cost packs. So we can say that Vodafone is trying to get those users, and that’s why they launched these new Roaming Minutes packs in the Delhi & NCR region.

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Manu Arora
September 8, 2015 4:49 pm 4:49 PM

Existing packs are far better than these new packs!!!

September 8, 2015 12:11 pm 12:11 PM

“(BSNL & MTNL) are providing free roaming for incoming calls since past few months,”

MTNL provide free roaming against recharge of STV . its not free

September 9, 2015 9:47 am 9:47 AM

No need of any STV . An MTNL user from Delhi or Mumbai gets free incoming calls in both the cities.

September 8, 2015 8:26 pm 8:26 PM

What happens when BSNL customer roams in Mumbai and Delhi and MTNL customer roams in Chennai?. Will the incoming calla be free by default in off net roaming?.

September 9, 2015 12:06 am 12:06 AM


Madhan Kumar
September 8, 2015 10:23 pm 10:23 PM

May be yes but not so sure!

Madhan Kumar
September 8, 2015 11:44 am 11:44 AM

What a crap plan by Vodafone while Mtnl/Bsnl offers free incoming calls during roaming. This British Dog should be soon thrown out of India,such frauds and looters are the main reason for the declining of the Indian Ruppee value.So pls use MTNL/BSNL a 100% pure Indian Company!

September 8, 2015 8:05 pm 8:05 PM

Well said. Fraudafone must be chucked out of India. Somepersons are talking in favour of fraudafone. Can such persons point out any RLH SMS packs in private operators?.

Airtel Lover
September 8, 2015 6:27 pm 6:27 PM

Dear ignorant Madhan, please read what the SBI chairman said yesterday. She wants rupee to be devalued more to help exporters. But sadly you won’t be able to read that news with your super slow FSNL sim. That’s why you are making such uninformed baseless allegations.

Madhan Kumar
September 8, 2015 7:20 pm 7:20 PM
It seems like u hav started working for Vodafone too ha ha. Inbetween I already knw that SBI news,anyhow why Indian’s would support such looting private fraud companies, don’t think u are the only one who is too smart and updating yourself with latest news.There are several funny guys likewise u,whr nothing can change their stupid ideology so it’s better not to respond to such guys like u.Last but not least I use Bsnl and Reliance CDMA for Data purposes they are the very best wen compared to Avoid Fraud Looting COAI grp ,u r so called Best FraudTel network… Read more »
September 8, 2015 8:20 pm 8:20 PM

BSNL is worst only in customer care and problem rectification. If it improves, then BSNL will chuckout fraud (tel and fone).

I am using BSNL broadband sonce March 2009 and faced only 10 or less days downtime per year. I have info about the top officials. I shouted them last time of ignoring the problem long back. Now they are doing well.

Some fools are blaming BSNL broadband for frequent disruption. It is mainly because of the highway officials who dig the road and damage the BSNL cable. They (anti BSNL spammers) do not have common sense to understand that also !!!!

Madhan Kumar
September 8, 2015 8:42 pm 8:42 PM

Yes BSNL CSC is bad but I rarely only call them just to ask abt plans and remember BSNL CSC is Toll-free!