Mon. Jun 5th, 2023

Vodafone, the 2nd largest telecom company in India, has rolled out a latest plan for its users. Named as the SuperWeek offer, it provides limitless STD and local calling at Rs 69 in addition to 500MB data. This plan arrives with 7 Days of validity period. The SuperWeek can be obtained from website of the company, mobile retail outlets, and MyVodafone app.

Speaking of the SuperWeek offer, associate director at Vodafone India for consumer business, Avneesh Khosla, claimed, “We, at Vodafone, consider in offering the best service experience, network, and value to our users. With SuperWeek, the main motive is to provide an affordable and pocket friendly unlimited offer that will plea to all prepaid users. This plan will additionally allow our users to stay confidently linked and enjoy a dilemma-free SuperNetTM4G Vodafone experience on our most excellent network ever.”

Recently, Vodafone launched a new plan of Rs 399 for its prepaid consumers. The Rs 399 plan of the 2nd largest telecom operator of the country provides unlimited STD and local calling as well as 90 GB data for a time of 6 Months from the time of the recharge. The new Rs 399 plan of Vodafone balances an analogous value scheme declared last week by Reliance Jio. This introduction of Rs 392 plan is to fuel the telecom market in the country.

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Additionally, State-owned BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited) and Vodafone India are roping in local handset merchants to provide spruced-up schemes on feature handsets as they increase efforts to avoid their users from swapping to Reliance Jio Infocomm. Vodafone India, the second largest telecom company in the country, has collaborated with phone firms such as Intex and Lava to offer packed cash back and voice plans with 2G feature handsets. BSNL claimed that it is collaborating with Micromax and Lava to reveal co-branded feature handsets next month at almost Rs 2,000 with packed offers such as free of cost calls.

Vodafone, via these joint ventures, is making an attempt to defend its voice commerce, which attributes almost 80% of income, ahead of its amalgamation with Idea Cellular, 3rd-largest telecom company in the country, analysts claimed.

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