Vodafone Rs 30 Prepaid plan is now available in Karnataka, Kerala and Mumbai Circle. Users can login to MyVodafoneApp to get the details.
Telecom operator Vodafone has been working difficult to limit the subscriber churn from their network. The UK-based telco re-introduced the Rs 20 talk time prepaid plan offering 28 days benefits in the select circles some months back. Presently, we found the company has come up with Rs 30 prepaid recharge offering a full talk time with 28 days of validity. After the launch of the Rs 20 talk time plan, Vodafone authorities confirmed that it’s looking to provide customers with different reasonable revive so that subscribers can keep their account active.
It moreover confirmed that the Rs 20 talk time plan will not be promoted massively since each prepaid paid customer will opt for this instead of Rs 35 All-Rounder pack which is presently well known among the Vodafone prepaid subscribers. Comparable to the Rs 20 talk time plan, Vodafone presented the Rs 30 talk time plan in for few circles presently, but it may expand the plan’s accessibility to other circles exceptionally shortly.
The new plan from Vodafone offers a full talk time along with a validity of 28 days. The telco recently brought Rs. 45 and Rs. 20 prepaid recharge plans with full talk time benefits for 28 days. Also, there is a Rs 35 prepaid plan that offers 100MB of data but with Rs. 26 talk time for 28 days. The Rs. 30 Vodafone prepaid plan, on the other hand, doesn’t include data benefits. The Rs. 30 Vodafone prepaid recharge plan is currently available in the Karnataka, Kerala, and Mumbai circles, which is available for MyVodafoneApp registered users.
All the full talk time prepaid plans by Vodafone are available beneath its “All-Rounder” portfolio. The operator moreover has the Rs. 35 prepaid plan that’s acceptable to provide “rate cutter and mobile data benefit” to customers through a combination of talk time worth Rs. 26 together with 100MB of 4G/3G/2G data. The prepaid plan moreover offers voice calls at Rs. 2.5 paise per second for 28 days of validity.
Minimum Recharge Concept
A year ago, Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel have introduced a concept of minimum recharge for their prepaid users. This move concept has generated interest to leave Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel, but the company still continuing the concept to increase Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) which is subsequently increasing till now.
The Minimum recharge concept says, if a prepaid customer from Vodafone Idea or Bharti Airtel is not doing any recharge of a minimum Rs 35, the user will not be able to get incoming calls after seven days of the previous plan expiry date.