Vodafone Revises Rs 139 Prepaid Plan to Offer 2GB Less Data Benefit

Vodafone has revised its Rs 139 prepaid recharge to match the newly launched Rs 148 prepaid plan from Bharti Airtel

Highlights
  • Vodafone also has a similar prepaid plans of Rs 119 and Rs 129 in select circles
  • Bharti Airtel is now providing an open market Rs 148 prepaid recharge

Vodafone Rs 139 prepaid recharge has received a revision to match Bharti Airtel’s newly launched Rs 148 prepaid plan. To recall, Vodafone launched a Rs 139 prepaid plan back in April this year with benefits of 5GB data, unlimited calling and 300 SMSes for 28 days. The plan has now received a revision and it now ships with 2GB less data benefit, meaning a total benefit of 3GB. For the unaware, last week Airtel introduced a prepaid plan of Rs 148 with 28 days validity, 3GB data benefit, unlimited calling and 300 SMSes. So clearly, Vodafone’s change to Rs 139 prepaid plan is to match the Rs 148 plan of Bharti Airtel. Also, the Rs 139 prepaid plan from Vodafone is available as an open market one in select circles. Notably, Idea Cellular is also providing a similar prepaid plan in select circles.

Vodafone Rs 139 Prepaid Recharge: Benefits and Validity

Talking about the Rs 139 prepaid plan from Vodafone, it’s still available in select circles at the moment. Even in select circles, it’s applicable only to select users, and in some circles, it’s available as an open market tariff plan. Benefits of the Rs 139 plan from Vodafone after revision include 3GB of 2G/3G/4G data along with unlimited voice calling to any number within India for a period of 28 days.

As noted, Vodafone already has three more plans in the similar price range. For example, the telco is providing a Rs 119 prepaid recharge which offers 1GB of data and unlimited calling; There’s a Rs 129 prepaid plan that ships with 2GB of data benefit and unlimited voice calling. And now, we have the revised Rs 139 prepaid plan which comes with 3GB of data for the same 28 days of validity.

Lastly, there’s the Rs 169 prepaid recharge which is an open market one shipping with benefits of 1GB data per day, unlimited voice calling and 100 SMSes per day for 28 days. Other telcos like Bharti Airtel and Idea Cellular also providing Rs 119 and Rs 169 prepaid recharges across the country as open market plans. As noted, Bharti Airtel now has a Rs 148 prepaid plan so the revision of Rs 139 plan from Vodafone Idea comes at the right time.

Vodafone Recently Launched Rs 999 Annual Prepaid Plan

In other news, we have recently reported the launch of Vodafone’s new annual prepaid plan of Rs 999 in some circles. Vodafone introduced the Rs 999 plan in select circles taking on Airtel’s open market Rs 998 prepaid recharge. The Rs 999 plan from Vodafone offers unlimited voice calling, 12GB of data benefit and 100 SMSes per day for a period of 365 days. On the flip side, Airtel is providing the same benefits for 336 days. So clearly, Vodafone has the upper hand, but the plan is applicable only in select circles at the moment which is underwhelming.

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Jac
Jac

Vodafone deployed 20 MHz in band 3 ,10 mhz in band 8, 20 mhz in band 41, and CA between these band…. circle Kerala, dist thiruvananthapuram
Airtel have poor speed in village areas, in city limits speed is good…jio adding new towers in congested areas…idea is in Very pathetic condition…

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J.m.
J.m.

Can you share screenshot of speedtest band 3,8 and 41 separatly.

Jac
Jac

Bands info Vodafone kerala circle

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jio lover
jio lover

@Esmail How is 20 Mhz bandwidth possible with Band 3 in kerala as the total amounts to 19.85 Mhz of Band 3 spectrum in Kerala as per your chart ???

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Jac
Jac

Bands info Vodafone kerala

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Chetan
Chetan

Vodafone and Idea is one company only now. Whatever Vodafone has deployed can be accessed by Idea through manual search.

Chetan
Chetan

What about band 40?

Jac
Jac

Chetan ji..I can’t find band 40 Vodafone/idea (kerala)

Chetan
Chetan

Thank you for the update. Keep checking for band 40. It must be there.

Thamilan daa
Thamilan daa

AVo has purposefully stopped VoLTE for even for compatible handsets. If we file a complaint in the pgportal website, then only are just enabling it that too only for the mentioned number and not for all VoLTE compatible handsets / overall.

Jio VoLTE gets activated instaltly after phone boots up.

If jio coverage becomes like BSNL 2G* in Tamilnadu and bengalooru (according to my satisfaction), I will change my primary nunber to jio

* means : present at most of the places.

Nasa
Nasa

That can only happen on mars… No service provider can give 100% coverage in earth.. May be you should book a spacex rocket and go to space to search for blanket coverage… Nobody can satisfy your upload speeds

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