Vodafone 1 Paisa Per Sec Plan is Back

By August 7th, 2011 AT 10:53 AM

Vodafone 1 Paisa Per Sec Plan is BackWhen other operators are on a spree to raise tariffs, Vodafone the second largest mobile operator in India has decided to lower its tariff back to where it all started.

Every operator in the market was following the leader Airtel to raise tariff by upto 60%. But the game seems to have changed now as Vodafone makes the bold move to reverse the situation.

Now Vodafone customers in Delhi circle will be relieved as the operator has decided to show mercy on their customers. Now all calls from V2V will be charged at just 1p/sec and to others will cost 1.2p/sec.

The previous tariff was 1.2p/sec for all calls. To avail the reduced call rates a customer will have to recharge with Rs.28 Bonus Card and they can enjoy the reduced tariff for upto 365 days.

Recharge with Bonus Card 28 and get All Local and STD calls to Vodafone number @ 1p/sec and all calls to other networks @ 1.2p/sec for 365 days.

MRP (Rs) 28.0
Recharge/Bonus card Bonus Card
Talktime (Rs) 0
(Equivalent mins) 0
Benefit All Local and STD calls to Vodafone number @ 1p/sec and all calls to other networks @ 1.2p/sec for 365 days
Validity (Days) Lifelong
Access Fee (Rs) 25.39
Service Tax 10.3

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Jayashree M
Jayashree M

Actually, I’m airtel customer….i wanna port to Vodafone…so please let me know the call rate

asdsad
asdsad

are u crazyyyy ? use airtel vodofone is zero waste

piyush Bansal
piyush Bansal

It is very good.

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