By: Nirupam Manik, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : January 06, 2017 5:54 pm
Interestingly, earlier this week, Airtel introduced a new offer in which users would get additional 3GB 4G data each month for 12 months.
Vodafone has upgraded its Red postpaid plans and now offer unlimited calls and additional data in a quest to remain in the league of top telecom operators after Jio came in as a ditruptive player. Interestingly, earlier this week, Airtel introduced a new offer in which users would get additional 3GB 4G data each month for 12 months.
As far the new Vodafone Red postpaid plan is concerned, users will now get unlimited national and local calls to any network, coupled with 3GB of 3G/4G data or 1GB data if you happen to own a non-4G smartphone. Adding to this, one will also avail free incoming roaming and 100 free SMS for a month. All of this at Rs 499.
For Rs 699, Vodafone Red postpaid users get exactly same calling, roaming and SMS benefits with 5GB of 3G/4G data or 2.4GB data for non-4G smartphone users. If you crave for more mobile data, you can opt in for Rs 899 pack which will bring all the calling, roaming and SMS benefits from above along with 8GB of 4G handset users and 5GB if you happen to own a non-4G smartphone. Note that, the outgoing calls in all of the above mentioned Vodafone Red plans will charged as standard.
Lastly, for Rs 1,299, one will get unlimited calls on both home and roaming network (both incoming and outgoing) paired with 100 SMS and 12GB 3G/4G data for 4G smartphone users and 8GB for non-4G smartphones.
Last month, the famous telecom operator also introduced new bundled offers providing free calls and roaming benefits. Click here for more.
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