HomeNewsVodafone Rs 458 prepaid pack revised, now offers 2.8GB data per day

Vodafone Rs 458 prepaid pack revised, now offers 2.8GB data per day

To compare with Airtel Rs 448 plan, this one offers 1.4GB data benefit per day for 82 days along with unlimited voice calling. Reliance Jio also offers two prepaid plans of Rs 448 and Rs 449 with 2GB data per day and 1.5GB data per day for 84 days and 91 days respectively.

After Vodafone recently revising its Rs 199 prepaid pack, the company has today revised its another prepaid plan of Rs 458. Some users are receiving the Rs 458 plan, some users are receiving the same plan at just Rs 398.

Telecom Talk reports, on recharge of Rs 458 pack, customers will now get 2.8GB of data per day and the pack is valid for 84 days. Earlier, the same pack was offering just 1.4GB of 4G/3G/2G data for 84 days. This means users will now get 235.2GB data for the same amount for the valid time. Apart from this, the pack offers the same benefits of unlimited voice calls and it still comes with a validity of 84 days. This plan, however, does not come with any SMS benefit.

To compare with Airtel Rs 448 plan, this one offers 1.4GB data benefit per day for 82 days along with unlimited voice calling. Reliance Jio also offers two prepaid plans of Rs 448 and Rs 449 with 2GB data per day and 1.5GB data per day for 84 days and 91 days respectively.

Vodafone recently announced that it is offering 50 per cent discount on Amazon Prime membership in India. The brand has revealed Vodafone prepaid users can buy the Prime membership for just Rs 499. However, there is a catch! The offer is only valid for youngsters. The company has revealed that Vodafone users between the ages of 18-24 years can avail this offer. In order to avail the offer, eligible Vodafone customers can sign up using the MyVodafone App and pay Rs 499 using Vodafone’s secure payment modes. Thereafter, they can sign in to Amazon.in and activate their one-year Prime membership to start enjoying the benefits on the Amazon app or website.

 

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