Vodafone To Offer Local & STD Call At 50 Paisa In Rajasthan

By October 30th, 2009 AT 1:01 PM

Vodafone To Offer Local & STD Call At 50 Paisa In RajasthanVODAFONE one of the largest Pan India telecom operator in the country and 2nd largest GSM Mobile service operator in Rajasthan, today announced the launch of new Bonus card 45 and Bonus Card 75 for its Prepaid mobile subscribers in Rajasthan telecom circle which offers reduced tariff with local and STD calls just at 50 paisa per minute to any network-any time-anywhere in India.

The mobile giant Vodafone Essar’s prepaid customers of Rajasthan can avail this new reduced tariff, with the purchase of Bonus Card 45 and Bonus Card 75 voucher or which comes with talk time of Rs.48 and valid for 6 month and 12 months from the date of activations respectively.

By Recharging with the above Bonus card the tariff will be applicable as follows-:

Local calls (mobile & landline) @ 50 paisa /min.

All STD calls to anywhere in India @ 50p/min.

All SMS will be chargeable @ 50 paisa per SMS (Local/National)

To know more call 144 from Vodafone or 98280-98280 from other phone

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Good there is no condition of the first call full charge like Idea offering in Maharashtra..


Vodafone going to offer new postpaid plan in which std wil be only 50p..smthng like 199 per month with freebies worth rs 199 for both local and std

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