Postpaid War: Vodafone India Revises Entry-Level RED Tariff Plans With 100% More Data Benefit

Vodafone India has responded to Jio’s aggressive foray into the postpaid segment by increasing data benefit of the existing RED range of postpaid plans. Alongside that, Vodafone also started offering Amazon Prime membership with all the RED postpaid plans. These plans are already live for all the existing subscribers where Vodafone is offering 4G services, and customers will be automatically migrated with the new plans. Furthermore, Vodafone also introduced Bill Guarantee for free of cost, and of course, all the plans are promised to offer additional benefits such as Vodafone Play, Amazon Prime subscription, Mobile Shield, Netflix and Red Hot Deals.

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Vodafone RED Entertainment 399 Plan
Vodafone’s entry-level plan is still the Rs 399 one, but it now offers 100% more data- 40GB, up from the earlier 20GB data benefit. The plan also comes with data rollover benefit and a customer can store up to 200GB. The Rs 399 plan also offers unlimited voice calls even on roaming, and it’s also eligible for Bill Guarantee. Furthermore, Vodafone is also offering free Vodafone Play subscription, Amazon Prime subscription for one year and Red Hot Deals; All these come under Additional Benefits category and are worth Rs 1,498.

Vodafone RED Entertainment+ 499 Plan
Vodafone also revised the Rs 499 plan, which now gives 75GB of data, up from the earlier 40GB data benefit. A user can store up to 200GB data in his account and it also gives unlimited voice calls even on roaming. Alongside the Vodafone Play, Amazon Prime and Red Hot Deals, Vodafone is also providing Red Mobile Shield benefits with this plan.

Vodafone RED-International R 1299 Plan
Moving onto the international plans, this Rs 1299 plan offers 100GB of data benefit per month with 500GB data rollover option. It also offers unlimited national voice calls even on roaming and 100 ISD minutes. This plan is also eligible for Bill Guarantee and also offers additional benefits worth Rs 5,498. This plan also gives Netflix subscription worth Rs 1,000 for two months.

Vodafone RED-International L 1999 Plan
Next on the list, we have the Rs 1,999 plan from Vodafone which now offers 200GB data per month and 500GB data rollover option. This plan also provides a user unlimited voice calls without any limit in India and 200 ISD minutes. Users will also receive Netflix subscription worth Rs 1,500 for three months along with Amazon Prime, Vodafone Play and other additional benefits worth Rs 5,998.

Vodafone RED-Signature L 2999 Plan
Lastly, we have the Rs 2,999 plan which now gives a user 300GB of data along with 500GB of data rollover option. Customers will also get 200 minutes of ISD calling and unlimited national calling. With this plan, Vodafone is giving 12 months of free Netflix subscription worth Rs 6,000 to the users. The International and Signature plans did not receive and data benefit hike, but they now come with additional benefits such as Amazon Prime and RED Hot Deals.

Vodafone has reduced the number of postpaid plans to just five from the earlier seven. All the five plans offer Amazon Prime subscription and free Vodafone Play subscription, while the plans from Rs 499 also provides RED Shield membership.

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Manish_KAR
June 23, 2018 8:07 pm 8:07 PM

RS. 499 – 75GB looks tempting

Fahad
June 23, 2018 1:53 pm 1:53 PM

Well, the above-mentioned plans are not available in MP&CG circle. Disappointed me!!!

Kaushik IMA
June 23, 2018 5:57 pm 5:57 PM

Fahad wait around a month they will come. Since Idea calls the shots in MPCG for both brands Vodafone will not update plans before idea does.

Nikhil Mumbai-Pune
June 22, 2018 11:40 pm 11:40 PM

Off topic: Oppo Realme 1 has been great with battery life and ram management and face unlock with latest update!!!!! Battery life has been improved a lot with latest update!!!!!Ram management is improved a lot after latest update on 3GB ram variant!!!!!Best device under 10000 category!!!!!Though security patch is on April only!!!!!If they bring updates regularly and bring Android P before year end,it will be great for Oppo in long term!!!!!Already people have preferred Oppo F7 over Vivo V9 and now with Realme 1 they are hitting hard on Asus and Xiaomi!!!!!Let’s see what they bring in future!!!!!

Airtel Lover
June 23, 2018 12:19 pm 12:19 PM

Dude, don’t you know oppo and vivo are the same ?….. ….. …… …..

Kaushik IMA
June 23, 2018 1:09 pm 1:09 PM

Again you prove you are an idiot.

Separate companies belonging to a GROUP/CONGLOMERATE are still separate no matter how you spin it.

Vivo is in fact Oppo’s biggest competitor, with half the employees and double the sales. Both companies compete for budget from BBK.

what would an ignoramus like you understand?

It’s like saying IITB and IITD are same because they are both IITs!

Kaushik IMA
June 23, 2018 1:11 pm 1:11 PM

An apology is due from me to airtel lover because above comment was made thinking it was Airtel User and not Airtel Lover.

The comments about AU being an idiot and ignoramus stand.

Please accept my apologies airtel lover.

But the point about IITB IITD and group/conglomerate still stands.

Sayak Roy
June 23, 2018 8:44 am 8:44 AM

Is the camera quality good?

Girish Gowda | BengaLuru
June 23, 2018 6:32 pm 6:32 PM

From what I’ve seen, best camera below the 14k price range.

Nikhil Mumbai-Pune
June 23, 2018 10:18 pm 10:18 PM

xiaomi mi a1 still holds that crown in my opinion.

Nikhil Mumbai-Pune
June 23, 2018 12:26 pm 12:26 PM

Satisfactory!!!!!But can’t be reliable!!!!!

Sayak Roy
June 23, 2018 12:57 pm 12:57 PM

Okay

Airtel Lover
June 23, 2018 12:21 pm 12:21 PM

Sadly, no.

Kaushik IMA
June 23, 2018 1:09 pm 1:09 PM

Liar, liar, pants on fire.

Nikhil Mumbai-Pune
June 23, 2018 2:34 pm 2:34 PM

Lol

Airtel Lover
June 23, 2018 2:32 pm 2:32 PM

It depends on what is your threshold level on standards . For me it is bad. For a previous purely feature phone user it may be too good.

Kaushik IMA
June 23, 2018 5:56 pm 5:56 PM

Realme camera may be crap to iPhone 8 user. To a Motorola or Alcatel user it will be good.

All in all its an average camera that’s neither very good nor very bad.

Nikhil Mumbai-Pune
June 22, 2018 11:41 pm 11:41 PM

Only advantage Asus Zenfone has better battery life and better updates!!!!!I hope it gets Android Q!!!!!

Manoj Singh
June 23, 2018 1:31 pm 1:31 PM

And Asus zenfone m1 also supports 3CA, I don’t know if any other phone in this budget supports 3CA and dual volte also.

Nikhil Mumbai-Pune
June 23, 2018 2:35 pm 2:35 PM

3CA are you sure?

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