Vodafone India recently introduced new tariff plans under its 'Super Plans' series. The Vodafone Super Plans are aimed at competing with Airtel's Prepaid Promise tariff plans. After launching Super Plans under Rs 200 in few circles, Vodafone is now back with few more tariff plans under the same Super Plans lineup.
India' second largest telecom operator, Vodafone has introduced two new plans of Rs 409 and Rs 459 under the Super Plans lineup. The primary intention of the Vodafone Super Plan scheme is to offer 2G data in those circles where Vodafone doesn't have any 3G/4G coverage.
The Vodafone Super Plan Rs 409 offers unlimited voice calls, unlimited 2G data, and 100 SMS per day for 70 days, while the Rs 459 tariff plans also give the same benefits, but with more validity. The Rs 409 plan is valid for 70 days, and the Rs 459 plan is valid for 84 days from the date of recharge.
Furthermore, these plans are a lot more affordable in other circles such as Jammu & Kashmir. The Rs 409 plan costs just Rs 359 in Jammu & Kashmir, whereas the Rs 459 plan costs just Rs 409 in some circles. With that said, the above-mentioned prices of Rs 409 and Rs 459 is valid in Andhra Pradesh & Telangana, Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh, Bihar & Jharkhand, and Himachal Pradesh where Vodafone doesn't have a proper 3G or 4G.
These two new plans are silently introduced by the company, and the company might make them live in other circles. These two plans are launched after the official launch Vodafone Super Plan 176 in some circles. The Vodafone Super Plan 176 also offers similar benefits of unlimited 2G data, unlimited voice calls, and 100 SMS per day for 28 days. The 2G era might be gone in India, but Vodafone is still pushing the technology in the circles where it don't have the latest and 4G coverage.
This step from Vodafone is a good one, but the company is offering 2G data in the age of 3G and 4G network.