Vodafone launches new Value Ratecutter voucher for new customers in Mumbai

By October 21st, 2015 AT 11:56 AM

Vodafone, the second largest telecom operator in India, has launched a new Ratecutter or Standard Tarrif Voucher in the Mumbai circle.

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The new STV, which is priced at Rs. 4 will allow users to make calls at relatively lower rates than traditional vouchers. Prepaid customers, whose Age-On-Network is less than 30 days, can make local Vodafone calls at just 10p/min, while others local & STD calls will be charged at 30p/min.

STV Price Benefits Validity
Rs 4 V2V calls @ 10p/min & other’s & STD calls @30p/min 90 Days
The pack is valid for those Vodafone Prepaid user’s whose age-on-network is less than 30 days.

However, this pack isn’t available for those who have migrated from postpaid to prepaid. Vodafone customers who availed MNP for changing circles could be eligible for this STV though. Those who have availed MNP to come to Vodafone’s network or are planning to switch to the company’s network will be able to avail the benefits of the pack.

Vodafone is also planning to launch 4G LTE in the circle in the coming months. The telco is also trying to bind their users by providing various value-for-money products including Double Data & Double Validity products.

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sachin patil
sachin patil

Anybody knows vodafone roam like home service details for postpaid? In this scheme same free benefits are aplicable over roaming in maha.&goa circle..of mumbai customers

Mahesh Bisht
Mahesh Bisht

You can avail hoam like roam by giving request to customer care, free minutes with your tariff are also allowed in Maharashtra & Goa circle . Free SMS not allowed, will be charged at roaming rates 0.25 and 0.38 for local national

shashikant mane
shashikant mane

same for me in Rcom GSM . but they won’t charge like Vodafone . even SMS sent from Maharashtra is treated as local .

Sanjit Roy
Sanjit Roy

Off topic- Rcom, aircel and mts is looking for 3 way merger. Discussions has initiated hopefully now they are in a position to strike this deal.

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