By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : November 11, 2016 2:31 pm
For prepaid customers, the telecom operator has also introduced small credit offerings for both talktime and data.
In this hour of sudden demonetization of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes, Vodafone in an attempt to help its customers have extended the bill payment date by three days for users in Delhi NCR. Further, for pre-paid users, the telecom operator is offering small credits for both talk-time and data.
To get the talktime Chotta credit of Rs 10, one can simply SMS CREDIT to 144. This advance talktime will come with a service charge of Rs 3 to be adjusted in your next recharge with a validity of about 7 days.
For data, one can avail the I-CREDIT service by sending an SMS 'ICREDIT' to 144 (toll free number) which will get them a 30MB 2G/3G/4G with a validity of 24 hours. Post this, Rs 10 will be automatically deducted from customer's account after 24 hours.
If not SMS, customers can send USSD short code (Option to activate both Internet and chhota credit) *130*4*2#. Note, the above-mentioned credit options are for pre-paid customers only.
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