Vodafone Rs 139 Prepaid Recharge With 5GB Data and Unlimited Voice Calling Introduced

Vodafone's all-new Rs 139 prepaid plan is valid only in select circles at the moment and it ships with 5GB of data with 28 days validity

Highlights
  • Vodafone already offering similar prepaid plans of Rs 129 and Rs 119 in select circles
  • The telco recently launched Rs 999 prepaid recharge with 365 days validity

After recently launching a year-long prepaid plan of Rs 999, Vodafone is back with another plan, but this time, it’s an entry-level plan aimed at the users who recharge on a monthly basis. The new plan in question is the Rs 139 prepaid recharge that offers both data and calling benefits to the users. Vodafone already has other prepaid plans in the similar price range like Rs 119, Rs 129, Rs 169, and now, this new plan joins the list. The Rs 119 prepaid plan ships with 1GB data for the entire validity period of 28 days while the Rs 129 plan comes with 1.5GB data alongside unlimited calling for 28 days. The newly launched Rs 139 prepaid plan offers a user 5GB of data benefit and unlimited calling without any FUP limit for the same 28 days validity.

Vodafone Rs 139 Prepaid Recharge: Benefits and Validity

It’s already known that Trai has asked telecom operators to submit proper details of segmented recharge plans. According to a new report from ET Telecom, Vodafone Idea has sought another 15 days time for submitting the details, while Airtel failed to submit details of its segmented recharge plans.

Talking about the Rs 139 prepaid plan from Vodafone, it has been introduced 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 this new plan from Vodafone include 5GB 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 1.5GB of data benefit and unlimited voice calling. And now, we have the Rs 139 prepaid plan which comes with 5GB 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.

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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Shankar
Shankar

VodaIdea seems to be filled with stupid people, who are living in their own la la land. When Jio is offering 42GB (1.5Gb/day) for Rs.149, then why would some fool opt for juat 5GB for Rs.139?

Will Vodaldea pay Nokia more money for same quality of equipments when Ericsson or Huawei is offering the same at significantly lesser price??? Then are Indians fools?

Till this Vodafonw product – Balesh Sharma is there, VodaIdea will not even survive leave alsone thrive.

dragonmonk
dragonmonk

@shankar Are you ok? You seem to be very angry?

“When Jio is offering 42GB (1.5Gb/day) for Rs.149, then why would some fool opt for juat 5GB for Rs.139?”
Hmm, isn’t it obvious? People who might use more than 1.5GB in a day?

MD FARAZ AHMAD
MD FARAZ AHMAD

Then definitely 5 GB for a month won’t satisfy such people. Even if he is angry ( not sure though ), he is right.
Vodafone should atleast bring back their 99 plan with 1 GB data and unlimited call.

Krrish
Krrish

This plan should be priced 99 per month. It will be Good plan for those who have decent broadband connection at home.

Avinash Meena
Avinash Meena

Right, I use mobile data less frequent than broadband

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