Switch on your phone and latch on to Vodafone network to request for port out
Pune: Vodafone India, one of India’s leading telecommunications service providers, announced that Reliance Communications customers of Maharashtra & Goa circle can now use Vodafone network for facilitating their Port-out requests. This is being done to facilitate porting out and ease connectivity for customers facing network shutdown.
For facilitating smooth transition to Vodafone, Reliance communications customers need to :
– Go to network settings on their mobile handsets, manually select Vodafone network.
– Generate MNP code by sending PORT to 1900.
– Submit this MNP code along with Mandatory documents and photographs at the nearest Vodafone store or Vodafone retailer
– For any assistance on MNP, customers can call 1800 1234567 (toll-free) from any phone
Customers coming on Vodafone network will have new exciting data and voice offers to choose from, which fit every pocket. This facility is not available in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Gujarat.
Speaking about the new offers, Ashish Chandra, Business Head – Maharashtra & Goa, Vodafone India, said, “We, at Vodafone, always try to offer maximum value to our customers, in terms of service, network and price. In line with this endeavor, we are very pleased to extend our value for money propositions for all customers in Maharashtra & Goa, facing network shutdown. We urge all such customers to avail world class experience on Vodafone SuperNetTM.”
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