The pack now comes with more data and the move is meant to counter Reliance Jio’s and Airtel's latest plan.
Vodafone has revised its popular Rs 198 plan, which it unveiled in December last year. Under the revised plan, Vodafone users will not get more data.
On recharge of Rs 198 pack, customers will now get 1.4GB of data per day and the pack is valid for 28 days. Earlier, the same pack was offering just 1GB of 4G/3G/2G data for 28 days. This means users, get 11.2GB additional data for the same amount. Apart from this, the pack offers the same benefits of unlimited voice calls and it still comes with a validity of 28 days. However, the unlimited calls do come with some restrictions as one only call 300 minutes per day and 1200 minutes per week.
With this Vodafone is all set to tackle Airtel and Reliance Jio as both of them are offering similar plans at Rs 199 and Rs 149 respectively. In Airtel's Rs 199 plan, users get 1.4GB of 4G/3G/2G data along with unlimited voice calls while Reliance Jio Rs 149 pack offers 1.5 GB data per day. Both the packs also come with a validity of 28 days.
Vodafone recently also revised two plans of Rs 458 and 509. Under revised offer, users opting for Rs 458 plan, will now get a validity of 84 days, against 70 days validity period that was offered earlier. This also means users will get 84GB of 4G data as the pack offers 1GB of 3G/4G data per day. Apart from this, users will get unlimited voice calls on local and STD networks. However, users will get 250 minutes per day or 1,000 minutes per week of calls. Once the limit is exhausted, then users will be charged 30 paise per minute.
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Coming to Vodafone's Rs 509 pack, users earlier used to get a validity of 84 days. Now, the brand has extended the validity and it comes with a validity of 91 days. This also means that users will get 91GB of data as it also comes with 1GB data per day. The pack offers unlimited voice calls and national free roaming. However, there is a daily cap of 300 minutes per day or 1,000 minutes per week of calls. Once the limit is exhausted, then users will be charged 30 paise per minute.
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