The pack has a validity of seven days and is available for both 2G and 3G connections.
Vodafone has announced internet trail packs under which it is offering 500 MB of data to its customers. The pack has a validity of seven days. If you are opting for 2G, you have to shell out Rs 25 while for 3G you have to pay Rs 49.
These plans are available to both postpaid as well as prepaid users of Vodafone all over the country. However, there are several conditions.
For instance, if you are a prepaid user, it will overwrite your current pack but in case of a prepaid user, you can revert back to your original plan after the seven day period is over. Also, if you have now a 2G pack but you are using a 3G handset then you will be automatically offered a 3G pack.
To subscribe to these plans, send an SMS - 'ACT TRY' - to 111.
The new Vodafone RED Family@99 allows customers to share their plan with a family member and/or add devices at an additional cost of Rs 99/month.
The circles where Vodafone will launch 4G services in 1800 MHz band include Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Kerala and Karnataka.
Also Vodafone customers can enjoy the web browsing experience; send Diwali e-greetings, and Diwali e-messages to wish their friends and family on the occasion for free.
Earlier in May this year, Vodafone had started 4G trial in five circles Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Karnataka and Kerala.
Vodafone's free WiFi zone facilitates 100 MB or 20 minutes of uninterrupted usage, whichever lapses first.
Under this offer, users can enjoy their hometown talk time tariff while travelling anywhere in India.
In the first phase, Vodafone will roll out its 4G services in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru and Kochi.
Vodafone, which is incidentally the second largest telecom operator in India in terms of revenue as well as subscribers, has 4G spectrum only in five circles.
Earlier in May this year itself, Vodafone had announced to start 4G trial in five circles Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Karnataka and Kerala.
Activate the 3G services on your Vodafone pre-paid or post-paid connection by sending a simple SMS.