Vodafone Announces New Rs 225 Prepaid Recharge Plan with Unlimited Voice Calls and 4GB Data

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Leading telecom operator Vodafone has announced a new plan for its prepaid subscribers. This new plan, which costs INR 225, seems to be an addition to the similarly priced INR 205 and INR 225 plans that the company had announced earlier. This new plan appears to be aimed at users who do not use their Vodafone number to consume data and merely want to retain their Vodafone number and keep it active for an extended period of time. Unsurprisingly, it offers users a decent validity of 48 days. Let’s take a closer look at the plan and its benefits.

Vodafone Rs 225 Plan Details, Benefits and Validity

As mentioned earlier, this new plan does not offer the consumer copious amounts of data benefits as the norm is today. All the user gets with this recharge is 4GB of data spread across the entire 48 days of validity, which might seem paltry to most. Then again, this plan is not intended for people who use their Vodafone SIM for consuming data. Other benefits of the plan include unlimited local, STD, and roaming voice calls within India, and 600 SMSes spread across the validity period (48 days). This plan also offers a service validity extension option for a period of 48 days. The slightly cheaper INR 205 plan offers similar benefits with a shorter validity period of 35 days and just 2GB of data during the validity period.

Comparison with Vodafone’s Rs 245 all-rounder plan

In case you are a long-time Vodafone prepaid user, you might be aware of the company’s all-rounder plans. The company also offers a Rs 245 all-rounder plan, which is priced close to the new Rs 225 plan we are discussing today. This 245 plan offers a longer validity period (84 days) and full talk time worth INR 245. However, voice calls will be charged at 30 paise per minute. Additionally, in case you wish to use data with the all-rounder plan, keep in mind that you only get 2GB of data for the entire validity period of 84 days.


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