Vodafone Subscribers Can Get These Prepaid Plans Before the Tariff Prices Increase

Vodafone Idea and other telecom operators are about to increase their tariffs in the coming days, and the subscribers can get long term prepaid plans before that happens

  • The longest validity prepaid plan is of 365 days
  • The subscribers can get various data options like 1.5GB, 2GB or even 3GB data per day
  • The tariffs can increase by 30% in the coming days

Out of all the telecom operators in the telecom industry right now, Vodafone Idea is the one which is in the worst financial condition as of now. All the telecom operators in the industry, especially Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel are in search of some relief to help their financial condition. The new AGR issue has hit the two telcos after the verdict of the Supreme Court on the definition of this financial parameter. The telecom operators are under dues worth Rs 80,000 crore or more. In the wake of this, Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel have both announced tariff hikes. Out of these two, Vodafone Idea has announced that it would start increasing the tariffs for its plans on December 1. This means that the subscribers of Vodafone Idea will have to pay more for the same plans starting the first week of December. Now, the new pricing on the plans would be applied on December 1, but the subscribers can choose to recharge their numbers with a long term plan which would allow them to enjoy their data and voice services at older rates for a lot of months. Here are some Vodafone plan, which the subscribers can consider.

Vodafone Prepaid Plans Up to 100 Days Validity

Since the plans that we are considering here would only make sense if you enjoyed their benefits well after the tariff hike, here are some of the long-term plans for Vodafone users. The first in this list of plans is the Rs 399 prepaid plan from Vodafone which offers 84 days of validity with 1GB data per day benefit. There is also the benefit of unlimited calling on this plan. With the same validity of 84 days, there is also the Rs 458 prepaid plan which offers 1.5GB data per day clubbed with the unlimited calling benefit. Slightly above this price point, there is the Rs 509 plan which offers 1.5GB data per day to the users for 90 days and in this period, it also offers unlimited calls to the subscribers. For users looking for more data, there is the Rs 511 prepaid plan offers 84 days of validity and 2GB data per day to the users. With the Rs 569 prepaid plan, the subscribers will enjoy 84 days of validity with 3GB data per day.

Vodafone Prepaid Plans With 100 or More Days of Validity

In case you want even more validity on these plans, then there is the Rs 599 prepaid plan from Vodafone which offers 180 days of validity, but it offers 6GB data for the entire validity period clubbed with unlimited calling benefit. For 70 days validity, the subscribers can get the Rs 299 prepaid plan which offers 3GB data for the entire validity period and unlimited calling benefit. When it comes to yearlong validity of 365 days, Vodafone offers the Rs 999 prepaid plan 12GB data for the entire validity period and unlimited calls, and there is also the Rs 1,699 prepaid plan with the annual validity which offers 1.5GB data for the entire year with unlimited callings.

Prices to be Hiked By At least 30%

All of the above-given plans come with SMS benefits, and they also offer access to the Vodafone Play application on which the subscribers can watch movies and consume other video format content. At the same time, it is worth noting that the long-term plans will save you a certain amount if you recharge with them before the price hike. After December 1, these plans can be expected to be hiked by around 30% over a few months.

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Arpit spends his day closely following the telecom and tech industry. A music connoisseur and a night owl, he also takes a deep interest in the Indian technology start-up scene and spends rest of his time spilling poetry and stories on paper.

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PriyanshSureshBiswajit DasLintoDeepak Kumar Vasudevan Recent comment authors
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15Gb per month is fine, but calls should be unlimited at least onnet calls…

Deepak Kumar Vasudevan
Deepak Kumar Vasudevan

There is no guarantee from Vodafone that the purchase will sustain its validity period considering the pecuniary state of the organization. With some fine hidden prints they may void your purchase and/or adjust it accordingly to ratify an increase.

Biswajit Das
Biswajit Das

Agreed they r desperate now yesterday recharged ?49 from ussd they took the balance bt benefit is not credited yet

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