Vodafone Makes RED Postpaid Plans a Compelling Buy by Introducing Lowest Bill Guarantee

Vodafone has introduced a lowest Bill Guarantee feature across all its portfolio of postpaid plans. The telecom operator has done so to resist the tough competition slowly emerging in the postpaid data sector. Only recently, Vodafone had revamped its RED postpaid plans by bundling free Amazon Prime subscription. After revising its old plans, Vodafone’s offering in postpaid segment includes Rs 399 Red Entertainment, Rs 499 Red Entertainment+, Rs 1,299 Red International+, Rs 1999 Red Signature, and Rs 2,999 Red Signature+ plans. In addition to these billing options, the telco has also introduced a new Rs 999 Red International plan which comes with additional benefits like Red Hot deal coupons worth Rs 999, Vodafone Play access for a year, and lastly a Netflix subscription for two months. We have detailed more about this new plan further ahead.

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The lowest bill guarantee by Vodafone is a new feature which avails the lowest possible price to the users just by taking into account their monthly usage. For example, if a person crosses his data limit, or crosses the limited ISD minutes, the feature will bump the users automatically to the next available plan to help them save on costs. Similarly, depending on the usage it may avail you the best possible billing option according to your needs. If you get a lesser bill than you previous got, the operator will add the credited money towards your next month’s statement.

The feature works by comparing the generated bill to the available RED plan, if there is a chance of saving more for the subscriber, the Lowest Bill feature automatically does the change and credits the extra amount towards the subscriber’s next bill. This way the subscriber doesn’t have to go through the hassle of manually changing his plan.

Like we mentioned above, Vodafone has recently introduced the new Rs 999 RED International plan. Under this plan, users will get the benefit of 50 ISD minutes and Mobile Shield subscription. Using the 50 ISD minutes, subscribers will be able to make calls to US, Canada, China, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Thailand. Additional benefits will include Vodafone Play subscription, two months of Netflix subscription and Red Hot Deal coupons worth Rs 999.

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Apart from plan specific add-ons, Vodafone introduced benefits for subscribers which they will be able to redeem no matter what plan they choose. Under all the RED postpaid plans, the subscribers can enjoy 12 months of Vodafone Play free-to-watch unlimited Live TV, latest movies, and TV shows. Users opting for Red International, Red International+, Red Signature, and Red Signature+ plans will get added benefit of Netflix subscription for up to 12 months. Also, international roaming will accompany the plans along with unlimited free calls and data in 20 countries at the cost of Rs 180 per day as an add-on.

Vodafone is also allowing its customers to cut their bill by as much as 20% under the Red Together feature by collaborating the bills of their family and friends under one single bill.

Users opting for Red Entertainment+ and above plans will be eligible for a Complimentary Mobile Insurance that will provide support for their smartphones in case of any physical or liquid damages, virus, and malware. An extended warranty also accompanies this add-on which will be valid even while changing the headset.

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18 Comments on "Vodafone Makes RED Postpaid Plans a Compelling Buy by Introducing Lowest Bill Guarantee"

 

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Floyd
July 3, 2018 11:05 am 11:05 AM

Vodafone is an unethical and fraudulent British company – East India Company 2.0!

Never ever trust this company, as it will find innovative fraudulent ways and hidden policies/terms and conditions, to fool and cheat it’s customers whom they treat only as bakras!

Hope they are soon thrown out of India permanently!

jio lover
July 2, 2018 7:33 pm 7:33 PM

Off topic
Can anybody tell how much minimum bill cycles needed for amazon prime membership for year in Vodafone / airtel postpaid plans??
Plz clarify if any one knows it..

DUANE
July 2, 2018 10:33 pm 10:33 PM

Airtel its 499/month.

TIP – Activate the plan, then get your PRIME and then drop the plan to Rs 99 per month.!

jio lover
July 3, 2018 6:38 am 6:38 AM

After how many months i can do that?

Debu
July 2, 2018 11:58 pm 11:58 PM

Rich but poor mentality

dragonmonk
July 2, 2018 9:24 pm 9:24 PM

Name doesn’t check out! 🙂

Kirti Delhi
July 2, 2018 7:09 pm 7:09 PM

Vodafone is going through very tough times, theirs stores are compelling people for postpaid & also playing tricks like you can only port your no. to postpaid for first 3 months after you can move back to pre-paid & the most funny part they say if your no. gets deactivated it could only be issued back to you in postpaid because that no. goes back into system LOL

DUANE
July 2, 2018 10:34 pm 10:34 PM

Yes its true… if a number is deactivated it cannot be reissued in Prepaid. This is applicable across operators.

Kirti Delhi
July 3, 2018 1:40 am 1:40 AM

Never encounter with the deactivation issue, what you’re saying means if your no. is out of grace period but not given to anyone else.
It simply means You can choose your postpaid no. as your old one if its not taken by anyone else. right?

dragonmonk
July 2, 2018 9:22 pm 9:22 PM

@kirti Heard this at Airtel (6 months) and Idea stores too – in two different cities.

Kirti Delhi
July 3, 2018 1:52 am 1:52 AM
@DM, i can tell airtel ghetto stores franchised by unethical owners are always up for postpaid,they directly turn you back for prepaid. But Airtel’s main stores are very helpful wheather you go for 4G swap or SIM replacement they wont take a penny or turn you away saying they don’t have SIMs or port to Pre-paid they won’t take more than 10 minutes to solve your problem. BUT Vodafone Main store in District Centre, Delhi. playing tricks like that. PEOPLE were there arguing for their postpaid to prepaid issues. which store wasn’t taking well. VODAFONE WAS ONCE A TOP CUSTOMER… Read more »
Chetan Malhotra
July 2, 2018 8:31 pm 8:31 PM

Yes because Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Kolkata are the regions where they are losing Postpaid customer who are as old as 18 yrs on network since hutch time. I have mentioned about this in other articles on how several of my know ones are leaving vodafone who were staunch supporters… And these known ones have been on Vodafone during very tough time of call drops and no signal in 2015 and 16…

Kirti Delhi
July 3, 2018 1:44 am 1:44 AM

They were good untill 2G, People were gradually started moving to airtel since 2012
I knew the tradition. Back in the days young people like us were fond for Hutch, and also elite/ well earnings people were on Hutch/Voda. postpaid.
My family were like 50-50% on Vodafone & Airtel but now almost everyone is on Airtel.

Chetan Malhotra
July 2, 2018 8:24 pm 8:24 PM
What i am personally experiencing the kind of customer service and Network of vodafone, it shows a strong sign like of a company on verge of closure. Pings are high as 245-300 msec on ookla speedtest, which is just AWEFUL…. No calls on complaint raised, just one SMS sent today stating we tried reaching you but could not, pls call back on no. given below. Phone was with me but no call came and when i called and confronted they openly agreed “Sir we try so many people and then there is no response so we dont call but just… Read more »
Kaushik IMA
July 3, 2018 5:08 am 5:08 AM
My experience : Vodafone is VERY good in customer care if you are willing to consider some limitations. Here in MPCG of course they are running both 3G and 4G in ICR with idea. Recently I had a problem wherein I was not able to latch to 3G/4G signals in a particular location. The issue was prevalent across idea and Vodafone. While idea’s response was a bit slow, Vodafone immediately sprang to action and informed me within a couple of hours that the nearby site has a hardware malfunction and that idea cellular has been notified to fix it ASAP.… Read more »
DUANE
July 2, 2018 10:35 pm 10:35 PM

My experience: Vodafone is BAD here in AP and TS

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