Idea Cellular has reportedly rolled out a new feature that will allow users to recharge with a plan and use them later. Known as Validity Accumulation, the feature will allow users to recharge multiple times and activate the plan at a later date.
According to a report by Telecom Talk, Idea has introduced a Rs 398 plan for this offer. Under this plan, users will get 1GB of data per day along with unlimited calls and free national roaming. The pack comes with a validity of 70 days from the date of recharge and it also offers 100 SMS per day.
Now, with Validity Accumulation feature, Idea users will be able to recharge the Rs 398 pack multiple times. So, for example, if a user recharges the plan for two times, he/she will get a validity of 140 days along with same benefits. Similarly, if a user recharges for three times, he/she will get a validity of 210 days. This simply means that a user can recharge the same plan and enjoy the benefits for a longer period of time.
However, it is not known at the moment how many recharge a customer can perform at the same time to increase the validity. Meanwhile, the telecom operator has also announced a new range of postpaid plans, called Nirvana. Under this, the telco offers eight plans in total.
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The new range starts at RS 389 and goes up to Rs 2,999. All the plans offer unlimited local/STD calling, 100 SMS per day, free international roaming, Idea anti-theft, antivirus and damage protection plan for up 12 months, and free subscription of Idea Movies & TV, Idea Music and Idea Games App for 12 months.
The Rs 389 plan offers 10 GB of data per month with carrying forward option with limit up to 200 GB while Rs 499 plan offers 20 GB high-speed data with 200 GB carry forward data limit. The Nirvana range consists of Rs 649, Rs 999 and Rs 1299 plans which offer 35 GB, 60 GB and 85 GB of data per month respectively with same 200 GB data carry forward option.