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This telecom service provider beats Jio, launches new plan worth Rs 69 validity for 28 days

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 14 October 2019, 12:02 IST

Vodafone has just launched a brand new prepaid plan for its users in the Indian market. According to the new reports, the plan will amount to just Rs 69 per month. This new plan is part of the Vodafone all rounder prepaid plans.

The Telecom firm has earlier on introduced the Rs 45 plan as the portfolio. This new plan extends to existing plans valued Rs 35, Rs 65, Rs 95 and Rs 245. the announcement also mentioned that the firm has put an end to the Rs 65 plan in some circles in service of the new Rs 69 plan.

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The new Rs 69 plan doesn’t come with any talk time. Rather, the Telecom giant is handing out voice calling minutes with 28 days validity. Further more, a report from Telecom Talk unveiled that the new plan is at the moment obtainable in 17 cities. Some of these cities are Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Delhi NCR, Jharkhand, Karnataka etc. Besides the talk time, subscribers will also get 150 local, STD or roaming times, and 250GB 4G oor 2G data along with 100 SMS.

Vodafone subscribers can work this plans to increase the validity of their connection. Looking at the validity details, the least amount is 28 days and the maximum is 84 days. These all rounder plans can be very handy to increase the service valdity without increasing the monthly telecom cost. However, the addition of free voice calls in this new plan makes it contrasting from the rest of all rounder plans.

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The news of this brand new plan comes right on time as the telecom industry is focused on interconnect fees. Previously, Reliance Jio started charging 6 paise per minute for all outgoing calls to non Jio users.

First published: 14 October 2019, 12:02 IST
 
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