We have pretty good news for the Vodafone Customers who reside in the KolKata Telecom circle. Reportedly, the World’s second largest Cellular Operator Vodafone just recently has launched new postpaid plains in the KolKata circle to induce more customers to its postpaid subscriber base and enhance data consumption.
As per the newly released data-plan, Vodafone will offer Rs. 200 extra cashback on recharge of Rs. 699 and above for users who migrate to Vodafone via MNP. The same offer will also be applicable to the existing Vodafone Pre-paid users who will switch to Postpaid services.
Vodafone is launching all these new plans under the Vodafone RED branding. Vodafone RED facilitates customers with combo plans that brings the customers talktime, data and SMS allowances, all in a single plan. It also ensures multi-user service with its Pool & Share Service, using which a Vodafone customer can pool and share his allowances with up to five of his family members without any extra cost. Now get the details of the new Vodafone pack as mentioned below.
New Postpaid Plan Details of Vodafone
|Red Pack Details||Benefits of Red Pack||Extra Benefits on Red Pack|
|Red 249||Rs. 350 extra on
Local & National calls @1paisa/sec
50 Local & National SMS
|Add On Pack For Red 249 :
Call charges will reduced to, 1.2paisa/sec For Local & National calls
Rs 49 ::
Default Data rate will be 50paisa/MB
|Red 298||400 Local Minutes
200 Local & National SMS
400 MB 2G
Unlimited calling to 1 Vodafone No.
|Also you can add extra Data Packs.
No security deposit.
|Red 699||1500 Local Minutes
500 Local & National SMS
1 Gb 3G/2G Data
50 Paisa/MB overage charges
|200 Rupees deductions on bills for (MNP migrated users who will opt this plan / Users of Vodafone prepaid who will switch to prepaid & opt this red plan )
Also you can add extra Data Packs.
NB: Remember, the offer varies from circle to circle. So ensure to check your circle’s CC to confirm the benefits.
So what you think friends? Will Vodafone become successful to it’s motto of inducing more customers to its postpaid subscriber base? Forget not share to your comments.