Mumbai: Vodafone, one of India’s largest telecommunications services providers, today announced a feature rich Vodafone RED postpaid offering with unlimited roaming, unlimited voice calling and 8 GB data– for just Rs. 1,999/- A variant of this plan is also available at Rs. 1,699 offering free roaming (incoming calls only), unlimited voice calling and 6 GB data.
To encourage more customers to enjoy the Vodafone RED experience, Vodafone also launched a series of entry level Vodafone RED postpaid plans attractively priced at Rs. 499, Rs. 699 and Rs. 999 with double data benefits and attractive talktime.
Announcing the launch of these new, feature rich Vodafone RED plans, Sandeep Kataria, Director – Commercial, Vodafone India said, “The postpaid customer’s usage behaviour has evolved significantly with higher usage of roaming and data. With the new Vodafone RED, there is no more holding back – we are offering our postpaid customers an all-in-one plan that addresses their roaming, data, and voice needs comprehensively. The built in quotas with value added benefits like priority access and a virtual relationship manager, make the Vodafone RED experience truly worry free and delightful.”
Vodafone RED Postpaid Plans
Local + National
*After the data quota consumption, further data usage will be charged at 50p/MB
‘Vodafone RED’, is an all-in-one postpaid plan designed exclusively for the high value postpaid customer, whose needs are rapidly evolving with the increasing use of smart phones, mobile internet and apps. ‘Vodafone RED’ caters to these existing and emerging needs of customers, supported with a best-in-class service experience.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Real Estate Investment Forecast – Cloudy with Hints of Sunshine
Honda 2Wheelers India expands its global footprint ahead of 2020
Goa Institute of Management (GIM) hosts conclave on Ethical Data Leadership
Public Services and Procurement Canada Selects Infosys Public Services to Deliver its Electronic Procurement Solution
ICRA: Turbulent times for the domestic aviation industry
2014 The Global Indian New Network (TGINN)