As lanterns light up and colourful rangoli adorns the houses, Vodafone India customers will experience a silent dhamaka this Diwali.
As a gesture of gratitude for the love and support from 188mn customers, this Diwali, Vodafone India will offer free 100MB Data to its customers to celebrate the festival of lights with their loved ones. This special offer is available to all Vodafone customers on Wednesday, November 11, 2015 and they can avail the free 100MB data by just sending a SMS ‘DIWALI’ to 199.
Customers can enjoy the web browsing experience; send Diwali e-greetings, and Diwali e-messages to wish their friends and family on the occasion for free.
Speaking about this gesture, Sunil Sood – Managing Director and CEO, Vodafone India said, “At Vodafone, we are driven with the singular objective of delivering superior experience to our customers. Data is increasingly driving usage pattern, more so during important festivals like Diwali. Offering free data on Diwali is our way of gratifying our valued 188 million customers for their love and trust in the brand and our service experience. We take this opportunity to wish all our customers Happy Diwali and will continue to delight them with such differentiated offerings in the days to come.”
Enhancing customer experience and offering greater value, Vodafone India had recently launched Vodafone Doubles – Double Data and Double Validity packs for its customers rewarding them with additional voice and data benefits.
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