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Vodafone launches Rs 255 recharge plan with 2GB data per day to beat Reliance Jio and Airtel

Our country’s second-biggest telecom operator Vodafone has been decided to give a hard-hitting time to Airtel and Reliance Jio,  has also launched a new recharge package Rs. 255 for its prepaid subscribers. Its features 2GB daily data of 28 days validity. This  new recharge plan will be going to create tough competition with prepaid plans of Idea(Rs. 249), Reliance Jio (Rs. 251-IPL recharge plan) and Airtel(Rs. 249)

we were previously expecting a couple of new and convenient recharge plans from Indian telecom operators with the beginning of the new economic year. Our expectations are turning into be executed. In order to meet an enormous user base and to stop Reliance Jio’s chariot of victory in the market, Vodafone is also stepping forward!

Detailed features of  new data plan

As specified above, Vodafone is putting forth 2GB of day by day data to its supporters with a legitimacy of 56 days, which ends up being a sum of 56GB data for the recharge cycle that generally ends up being Rs. 4.5 for each gigabyte of 3G/4G data. Alongside that, the Vodafone’s Rs. 255 prepaid recharge plan accompanies an unlimited voice calling even on roaming and 100 free messages for every day, which ends up being 2800 SMS in 28 days.

Recently, Vodafone had been also introduced another prepaid plan of Rs 158. Under this plan,  it was offering unlimited local and  STD calls even while roaming and 1GB data per day with 28 days validity.

Drawbacks of this new plan of Vodafone

Unfortunately, the Vodafone’s  Rs. 255 prepaid Plan is just propelled in a couple of circles, such as Karnataka, Delhi-NCR, Kerala, Gujarat, Goa, Maharashtra, UP East and west. Those in Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Jharkhand, Bihar, Chennai, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh,  & Punjab, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, circles couldn’t take advantage of this Vodafone new plan.

This mobile operator has restricted the voice calls to 250 minutes for each day and 1000 minutes for every week while there is a cutoff to call just 300 numbers amid the time validity. After the 300 one of a kind numbers, all voice calls will be charged at the standard circle rates. Vodafone additionally expresses that this new plan isn’t indented for business utilization.

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