Vodafone Rs 225 Prepaid Plan Packs 4GB Data With No Daily Cap and 600 SMS for 48 Days

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Chakri K

Vodafone has a Rs 225 prepaid plan apart from the All Rounder plans which it offers to the customers. Vodafone introduced the Rs 205 and Rs 225 plans a few months ago and it’s amongst the company’s prepaid plans which do not have any daily data FUP limit. Almost all the prepaid plans launching these days ship with a daily data limit, but there are some plans which do not fall under this category. The Rs 225 prepaid plan is aimed at the basic users who want to keep their Vodafone mobile number active as the validity of the plans is on the higher side at 48 days. The Rs 205 prepaid plan from Vodafone is also a different offering as the validity of that plan is 35 days.

Vodafone Rs 225 Prepaid Plan: Benefits and Validity

The benefits offered by this prepaid plan from Vodafone are pretty basic, but it gives an additional option to the customers who want better validity plan at an affordable price. Vodafone is providing the Rs 225 recharge as an open market plan in most of the circles where it has completed the integration with Idea Cellular. Notably, Idea is also providing the same plan to its customers which is a good thing to see.

The Rs 225 prepaid recharge offers unlimited local, STD and roaming voice calls within India, 4GB of 4G/3G/2G data and 600 SMSes valid for a period of 48 days. That being said, the benefits are not on the impressive side, but again, this plan is aimed at different users. Additionally, the plan also provides service validity extension for a period of 48 days.

The Rs 205, Rs 225 and Rs 299 prepaid plans fall in the same line as they focus on providing better validity rather than benefits. The Rs 205 also comes with similar unlimited voice calling and 600 SMSes benefit, but the validity is 35 days and the data benefit is only 2GB.

Vodafone Rs 225 Prepaid Plan vs Rs 245 All Rounder Plan

Vodafone’s All Rounder prepaid plans start at Rs 35 and they go all the way up to Rs 245. While the Rs 245 plan offers better validity of 84 days, the Rs 225 plan delivers on the unlimited calling front. The Rs 245 All Rounder plan from Vodafone provides full talk time benefit of Rs 245, but the voice calls will be charged at 30 paise per minute. So it’s entirely on you to maintain the talk time benefit for the entire validity period of 84 days. With the Rs 225 prepaid recharge, customers will not have to bother about the voice calls as it ships with unlimited voice calling benefit without any FUP limit.

The data benefit is also on the higher side with the Rs 225 plan at 4GB as compared to the Rs 245 All Rounder plan that ships with 2GB of data benefit.

Vodafone Rs 299 Prepaid Plan Offers 70 Days Validity

Vodafone is always known for providing better validity prepaid plans at affordable prices and it continues with the Rs 299 recharge. The Rs 299 prepaid plan from Vodafone comes with unlimited voice calls, 3GB of data benefit and 1000 SMSes for 70 days. As mentioned above, the three plans- Rs 205, Rs 225 and Rs 299 come into one radar, whereas All Rounder plans provide talk time benefit to the prepaid users.

Vodafone is even offering Vodafone Play app subscription at no extra cost with all the prepaid plans, something that’s worth noting.

Chakri K

Chakri is a go-to guy for your next smartphone recommendation. Back in his engineering days, he used to play with smartphones by installing custom ROMs and that passion got him into the tech industry. He still goes nuts about a smartphone knocking his door for review. Currently managing everything at Telecom Talk, Chakri is trying to master PUBG Mobile in his free time.

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