No holding back conversations with FREE NATIONAL ROAMING on VODAFONE beginning Diwali
October 21, 2016, Mumbai: Vodafone India, one of India’s leading telecom service providers, has announced Free Incoming calls while roaming nationally for ALL its customers. Starting this Diwali, all Vodafone India customers, travelling anywhere in the country, can continue to talk worry free without having to cut short their conversations.
Speaking on this new initiative, Sandeep Kataria, Director – Commercial, Vodafone India, said “At Vodafone, the customer is at the heart of all that we do and it is an ongoing endeavour to come up with unmatched value and convenience for our customers. Even though outgoing charges while roaming had become comparable to home charges, consumer research has shown that incoming charges while roaming have been a hindrance to worry free usage.
As part of our ongoing 200 million customer celebration, providing Free Incoming on National Roaming will ensure that our customers do not think twice while traveling out of town. We hope that this Diwali gift will empower our customers to stay connected with their loved ones without worrying about roaming tariffs.
Along with our recently launched International Roaming Daily pack which makes International Roaming worry free, we are now confident that Vodafone India customers will not be holding back conversations while travelling nationally or internationally on Vodafone SuperNet™. “
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