Vodafone has come up with yet another new scheme for the residents of Assam & North East circle. On the occasion of Ramzan, the company has announced a new Rs. 786 postpaid plan for the Vodafone users in Assam and North East, which gives unlimited voice calling and data benefit for a month.
Vodafone says that the plan is designed for people who are looking to stay connected all the time. The Ramzan exclusive postpaid plan offers unlimited voice calling including national incoming and outgoing roaming calls and 25GB data per billing cycle at just Rs. 786.
Furthermore, to mark the holy month of Ramzan, Vodafone is also offering 50 percent discount on all the premium number series with 786 as part of the mobile number. The offer is available for both prepaid and postpaid customers in the said circle.
Extending her Ramzan greetings to the residents of the region, Nidhi Lauria, Business Head, Assam & North East, Vodafone India said, “We at Vodafone wish our customer an enjoyable and fulfilling month of Ramzan. Keeping the Ramzan spirit in mind, we have introduced this new offer to enable our customers to stay connected with their loved ones and share their emotional and spiritual experiences.”
Vodafone’s new postpaid of Rs. 786 is miles ahead of the competition. For example, consider Airtel Rs. 799 and Idea’s Rs. 649 plan, they offer just 10GB and 5GB of 4G data per billing cycle, which is underwhelming. Having said that, this offer from Vodafone will certainly lure the customers.
Vodafone further says that it delivers world-class 4G services will help customers to enjoy seamless experience and connectivity all the time, even in the low-network locations across Assam and North East.
Moreover, Vodafone has invested significantly in building a modern and scalable network incorporating the latest advances in technology for better customer experience and remains committed to providing innovative product offerings and personalised services to its valued customers in the region.
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