Vodafone Launches Rs 39 All Rounder Prepaid Plan With Talk Time, Data and Rate Cutter Benefits

Vodafone's all-new Rs 39 All Rounder prepaid plan differs itself from the Rs 35 plan in the talk time segment

By November 5th, 2019 AT 9:35 AM
  • Vodafone Rs 39 All Rounder prepaid plan is similar to Rs 35 plan
  • Vodafone also introduced Rs 15 and Rs 29 All Rounder plans
  • Vodafone recently launched Rs 45 full talk time All Rounder plan

Vodafone has been testing various prepaid plans in recent times and it continues with the Rs 39 All Rounder plan as well. Vodafone’s minimum recharge plans are named as All Rounder plans and they start at Rs 35. However, Vodafone has been launching various All Rounder plans in select circles to provide better recharge options to the customers. Already, we have seen the telco launching Rs 45 and Rs 69 All Rounder plans, and now, it has the Rs 39 All Rounder as an incremental option to the popular Rs 35 All Rounder recharge. As for the benefits, the Rs 39 prepaid recharge comes with full talk time, 100MB data and rate cutter benefits along with service validity extension for a period of 28 days. Having said that, Vodafone is testing the plan in only select circles right now, so they are chances you may have to recharge the Rs 35 All Rounder plan itself.

Vodafone Rs 39 All Rounder Prepaid Plan: What it Offers?

Vodafone’s all-new Rs 39 All Rounder prepaid plan differs itself from the Rs 35 plan in the talk time segment. The newly launched plan offers full talk time benefit- Rs 30 main talk time and Rs 9 extra talk time valid for seven days. Other benefits of the prepaid plan include 100MB data and all the voice calls will be charged at 2.5 paise per second.

If you look at the benefits, they are pretty much identical to what the Rs 35 recharge is providing right now; For the unaware, the Rs 35 All Rounder prepaid plan from Vodafone ships with Rs 26 talk time, 100MB of data and the voice calls will be charged at 2.5 paise per second. Both the prepaid plans also extend your Vodafone account’ service validity by 28 days.

Comparing the Vodafone Rs 39 plan to the popular Rs 35 prepaid plan, the newly launched one is slightly attractive even if you’ve to pay Rs 4 more. Although the Rs 9 talk time benefit is valid for just seven days, most of the users will consume it before expiry only as the voice calls will also be charged at below standard rates- 2.5 paise per second. The data benefit is identical on both the plans at 100MB. Vodafone also says users can make use of its TurboNet 4G technology to consume the offered data benefit.

Vodafone Rs 29 and Rs 15 All Rounder Packs Launched as Well

Besides the Rs 39 All Rounder plan, Vodafone also launched Rs 29 and Rs 15 rate cutter All Rounder plans in select cities. The Rs 29 and Rs 15 plans do not offer data or talk time benefits as they ship with just rate cutter benefit. Both the plans offer voice calls at 30 paise per minute and the best part is you can make voice calls to any number in the country. The Rs 15 prepaid plan offers three days of validity, whereas the Rs 29 plan comes with seven days of validity. The best part is users can extend the service validity of the account with these plans.

Similar to the Rs 39 prepaid plan, these two plans from Vodafone are also valid only in select circles at the moment. But in the circles where Vodafone has launched these plans, they are available as open market plans. We have verified all the three plans availability in Mumbai and Karnataka telecom circles, so head over to the company’s mobile app or website to check the availability of these plans in your circle.

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