Vodafone Postpaid Bill Guarantee: How It Works?

Vodafone India has rolled out revised RED range of postpaid plans very recently. Along with the plans, the telco has come with a new scheme called ‘Bill Guarantee,’ touting that there won’t be any more bill shocks to the customers. Reliance Jio also introduced a similar feature with its JioPostpaid plans, saying that the customers should do away with bill shocks. Usually, what happens in postpaid is, users often receive higher monthly rentals than the usual bill due to some additional benefits used by them. But the Bill Guarantee scheme makes sure that a customer will not receive any unusual bills and there’s an interesting aspect of Vodafone’s Bill Guarantee. Read on to know more.

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Firstly, if a customer opts for Bill Guarantee, the scheme will automatically check their usage after bill generation every month and compares the bill with Vodafone’s best RED plans. And if the telco finds a lower bill on any other RED postpaid plan, it will simply credit back the difference as savings on your next bill, and that too without changing your existing plan.

“If we find a lower bill on any other plan, we will simply credit back the difference as savings in your next bill…even without you changing your plan,” says Vodafone.

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That’s a nice little addition, right? All the Vodafone RED plans of Rs 399, Rs 499, Rs 1,299, Rs 1,999 and Rs 2,999 are eligible for this scheme, while the Rs 299 entry-level RED plan is not eligible for the scheme. Vodafone silently introduced a Rs 299 RED postpaid plan to take on Jio’s Rs 199 postpaid plan. This entry-level plan gives 20GB of high-speed data with data rollover option up to 50GB, unlimited voice calls even on roaming without any FUP limit, 100 SMS for the entire rental period and one-year of free Vodafone Play subscription. Sadly, the Rs 299 plan doesn’t offer any additional benefits such as Amazon Prime subscription, Netflix subscription or RED Hot Deals. The Rs 399 is revised to offer 40GB of data, while the Rs 499 plan now gives 75GB of data.

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