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Vodafone offers 'unlimited calling' and Internet data to compete with Reliance Jio's tariff plans

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 15 November 2017, 12:27 IST
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The telecom giant Reliance Jio has provided its customers with a lot of services at affordable rates and has increased competition in the market. And to counter its services, telecom operator Vodafone has come up with two exciting offers for its prepaid users.

The Vodafone new plan is priced at Rs 458 and a Rs 509 and plans to offer 1GB of 4G/3G data every day, 100 SMS per day, unlimited local and STD calls, as well as free outgoing roaming calls. These two plans will be a tough competition to Mukesh Ambani's Jio. The plan priced at 458 plan is for 70 days while the Rs 509 plan is for 84 days.

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The unlimited calling in Vodafone comes with a condition that if you exceed the 250 minutes daily, and 1,000 minutes in a week, then you be charged extra for your usage. The customers can check about the offer in the MyVodafone app or can call the customer care number for the details.

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Check out the plans in detail:

1. Rs 458 Plan:

This offer by Vodafone is priced at Rs 458 and is valid for 70 days. The customers will get 1GB of mobile internet data per day, 100 SMSes and free roaming calls. The same plan is placed at Rs. 399 in the Reliance Jio.

2. Rs 509 Plan:

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This offer by Vodafone is priced at Rs 509 and is valid for 84 days. The customers will get 1GB of mobile internet data per day, 100 SMSes per day and bundled local and STD calls.The customers will have to pay more if they make calls that exceed than however 250 minutes per day and 1,000 minutes per week.

First published: 15 November 2017, 12:23 IST
 
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