Idea Nirvana Plan Closed, Now Vodafone Red Plan Available For Postpaid Users

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Vodafone Idea has launched Vodafone Red Plan for its postpaid users with which postpaid plans and services will be offered simultaneously

The telecom company Vodafone Idea has officially announced that now all the postpaid plans and services will be available under the Vodafone Red Plan. That is, all postpaid plans of Vodafone and Idea will now be available as Vodafone Red Plan. Along with this, the Idea Nirvana plan has also been discontinued and if you are using the Idea Nirvana plan then it will be converted into the Vodafone Red Plan. By the way, for the time being, Vodafone Red Plan will be started in Mumbai Circle and in the next phase, it will be implemented in other circles across the country.

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Significantly, in the year 2018, Vodafone and Idea shook hands with each other and since then both the companies are offering almost the same benefits in their postpaid and prepaid plans. At the same time, the company’s planning is to provide the same plan and benefits to the postpaid users simultaneously and hence the Vodafone Red Plan has been introduced. This change will apply to both Vodafone and Idea customers. Vodafone Red Plan will be available to you on both the company’s online and offline channels.

After the arrival of the Vodafone Red Plan, all Nirvana plans of Idea will be converted into it. Right now Idea is providing Nirvana 399 and Nirvana 499 postpaid to its customers but now these plans will be changed to Vodafone Red Plan. At the same time, RedX Limited Edition postpaid plan priced at Rs 999 is currently available for Vodafone users, which will change now.

By the way, Vodafone Idea recently discontinued its Rs 649 Wall iPhone Forever postpaid plan. In addition to unlimited voice calling, 90GB data was being provided in this plan, which is available exclusively for iPhone users. Apart from this, 100 SMS and Amazon Prime subscriptions were available daily.

Lingraj Sahu
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