However you can only use that data from 12 to 6 AM and that too on 4G handset only.
"Customer connecting with a new 4G handset can now enjoy 10GB data at the cost of just 1 GB for up to 3 months. This is being offered in circles where Vodafone offers its own 3G/4G service and can be availed by both prepaid and postpaid customers till December 31, 2016," Vodafone said in a press release.
However, note that only new 4G smartphones that was not used on the Vodafone network in the last 6 months will be eligible for the offer. Also you will get the 9 GB extra data when you opt for a sub recharge for a pack of 1 GB or above (Rs 250 and above) with a minimum 28 days validity; multiple offers cannot be combined either. Also, the extra 9 GB data can only be used between 12 AM till 6 am and that too on 4G handset only.
Announcing the launch of this one of a kind 1+9 data offer, Sandeep Kataria, director - commercial, Vodafone India said, "At Vodafone, we have always believed in providing the best value to our customers while surprising them with delightful offers. With the festive season approaching, we are giving a greater reason to customers to upgrade to 4G handsets. With this offer, we are encouraging new 4G handset users to enjoy the Vodafone SuperNet experience to the fullest and explore the wonders of the internet in a truly worry-free manner."
For more information, click here (https://shop.vodafone.in/shop/Offers/HandsetOffer.jsp).
This step is yet another attempt by Vodafone to counter Jio's free calling and 4G data services.
As per Vodafone, this WiFi zone at IGI Airport is spread across over 6,00,000 sq mts and is the largest in India.
As the name suggests, the Vodafone Flex offers flexibility to prepaid users and comes with no pre-fixed quotas for voice, data or SMS.
Vodafone is using 1800 MHz band for the 4G services.
Just a few days back, Airtel in a statement had also promised more interconnect points for Jio.
The operator has promised to roll out 4G services across West Bengal over the next few months.
Built on 1800 MHz band, Vodafone India claims that this service will enable its customers to access high speed internet across different devices such as Mi-Fi & dongles.
Vodafone also said that it will soon roll out 4G services in Gujarat and West Bengal and in 1,000 towns across the country by end of the year.
The plan pretty flexible and can be booked up to 120-days in advance of their planned travel.
Reliance Telecom and Tata Teleservices had pleaded against Bharti Airtel and Idea Cellular Ltd earlier.