VODAFONE LAUNCHES NEW POSTPAID PLANS FOR KOLKATA-W.B.

By May 12th, 2009 AT 1:29 PM

vodafoneVodafone Essar has launched three new Postapid plans – Budget 500, Budget 750 and Budget 1000 – for its Mobile customers in Kolkata and West Bengal. These Budget plans offer combinations of free minutes over local and STD calls along with free local SMS. This offer is valid for all new and existing customers.

With Budget 500 Plan, customers get 1000 minutes free as a combination of local and STD calls along with 100 free local SMSs. Budget Plan 750 offers 1500 minutes free as a combination of local and STD calls along with 200 free local SMSs and Budget 1000 offers 2050 minutes free as a combination of local and STD calls along with 500 free local SMSs. The call combinations are mentioned in the box alongside.Sridhar Rao, Chief Executive Officer, Vodafone Essar East Limited, said “These budget plans will specially appeal to customers with high usage who can now manage their mobile bills without compromising on talktime or SMS volume.”

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kartick Dey
kartick Dey

Good

jai prakash kain
jai prakash kain

why can’nt you go for pay per second plan for postpaid customers in UP West circle.

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