Vi (Vodafone Idea) appears to have started offering 50GB additional high-speed data to some customers recharging with the Rs. 1,499 prepaid plan.
A special prepaid plan has been introduced by Vodafone Idea (Vi) at a price of Rs 1,499. However, the offer will be for a select few. An additional 50GB of high-speed data is being offered in this plan. 74GB of data is being provided by the company on this plan. This prepaid plan is usually offered 24GB of high-speed data. Unlimited voice calls are offered for 365 days in this recharge plan. Also, 3,600 SMS is available. Apart from this, Vi Movie, TV App will a get free subscription.
Benefit applicable to selected user
According to an online report, 50GB of high-speed data is offered on select recharge plans of Vodafone Idea for Rs 1,499. Vodafone Idea’s Rs 1,499 recharge plan is for Delhi Circle. It is a limited period offer on which extra data is offered. Having said this, Vodafone Idea had announced a new SIM offer on prepaid and postpaid plans of Rs 399.
Also, a special postpaid plan has been introduced by Vodafone Idea earlier, which is Entertainment Plus Family Known as a postpaid plan. This recharge plan comes in 948 rupees. An unlimited data benefit is available on this recharge plan. Also, there is unlimited voice calling and 100 free SMS facilities. This plan comes with a validity of one month. As is known, this is a family plan.
Some users on Twitter have mentioned that while the offer is being communicated through the Vodafone Idea app and an SMS message, the operator didn’t include the 50GB data allocation upon recharge.
Recharge is provided for two connections on this plan. Unlimited data is found in its primary connection. At the same time, a maximum of 30GB of data is offered in the secondary connection. Customers can add up to 5 people to this family plan. But for this, the customer will have to pay Rs 249 for every connection.
Vi recently launched its Rs. 399 prepaid and postpaid plans for customers ordering its new SIM connection. Earlier this month, the operator also reportedly rolled out its Wi-Fi calling service for some users.