The tariff war among the Indian telcos is soaring, and none of the operators is backing down. As a result, we see revised prepaid plans coming from telcos like Vodafone. In its latest attempt to woo the users, Vodafone has launched a new INR 169 prepaid plan with a validity period of 28 days. This plan packs 1GB of daily 4G data paired with unlimited calling. Not just this new plan, Vodafone has also tweaked two of its existing prepaid plans, INR 199 and INR 399, respectively. Let’s check out the details.
Vodafone Rs.199 and Rs. 399 Prepaid Recharge Plans Revised
Starting with the INR 199 prepaid plan, it now comes loaded with 1.5GB daily 2G/3G/4G data, boasting a total of 42GB of 4G data for a validity period of 28 days. Additionally, users also receive benefits like unlimited calling (local and STD), unlimited SMS and roaming. It’s worth noting that the daily data limit is set at 1.5GB, after which the speed gets capped. Earlier, the same plan daily limit set at 1.4GB, which means users now get 100MB extra.
Coming to the INR 399 prepaid plan, this one is stacked with 1GB daily data limit for a validity period of 84 days. Moreover, this plan offers unlimited national and STD calling, unlimited SMS (up to 100), and roaming. Summing up, this plan is loaded with a total of 84GB data that can be used in 84 days, capped at 1GB daily data usage. Earlier, the same plan had a validity period of just 70 days, but the daily data limit was higher at 1.4GB. So, the revised plan comes with an enhanced validity period but reduced daily data limit.
Vodafone Rs.199 and Rs.399 Prepaid Recharge Plans FUP On Outgoing Calls
While the revised plans make for a good pick, it’s worth noting that both the INR 199 and INR 399 prepaid plans have one setback in the form of FUP on outgoing calls. Daily calls on these plans are capped to 250 minutes while the weekly calls settle at 1,000 minutes. Once a user hits the FUP limit, he will be charged 1.2 paise per second or Re 1 per minute, depending on the usage. Similarly, the daily data limit is also capped, after which users can access the web at 50 paise per MB.