Vodafone Revamps GPRS Plans – Launches Long Validity GPRS Packs

By April 15th, 2011 AT 11:42 AM

Vodafone, has renovated its GPRS/Vodafone Mobile Connect offerings and also introduced 2 new long validity GPRS pack for its 2G prepaid subscriber in Haryana and some other telecom circles except Tamilnadu, Mumbai, Maharashtra-Goa  and UP East.

Vodafone’s 2G GPRS now comes with Vodafone Mobile Connect (VMC) access where in customer can browse Internet in their mobile phone as well as in Laptop/PC by using mobile as modem. The new VMC packs comes with flexible benefits for prepaid customers who can now choose from an array of GPRS/VMC offerings at attractive rates starts from Rs.4 with daily 40 MB Free data usage.

Vodafone also launches long validity GPRS/VMC Packs for Rs.345 and Rs.645, valid for 180 days and 365 days which offers 9 GB and 18 GB Free Data usage respectively. The operator also renovated its existing GPRS/VMC offerings for those who wish to access GPRS services for limited period, can go for Rs.4, Rs.14 and Rs.55 and Rs.98, one to 30 days plan, offering free usage for up to 40 MB to 3 GB downloads respectively.

Vodafone GPRS PacksVMC Rs.4VMC Rs.14VMC Rs.55VMC Rs.98VMC Rs.345VMC Rs.645
Free Data Usage40 MB150 MB1.5 GB3 GB9 GB18 GB
Validity1 Day3 Days15 Days30 Days180 Days365 Days
Beyond Free Usage Data Charges10p / 10 KB

Note : In some telecom circles FREE DATA USAGE or Recharge Value of VMC may be different from above mention plans, So call 111 from your Vodafone to know about circles specific VMC Plans.

Usage charges are calculated on a 10KB pulse. That is, the charge will be calculated by rounding off the data usage to the nearest amount next to 10KB. For example, 16KB of usage will be treated as 20KB. Usage charges beyond free data will be 10p / 10KB.

Thanks! to Saurabh Mendiratta

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