Vodafone has now revamped its entry-level postpaid plan of Rs 399 with additional data benefits for new customers. As part of the offer, Vodafone is offering extra 150GB data benefits to its new postpaid customers for a period of six months. Bharati Airtel and Vodafone India are the leading telecom operators in India that have the highest number of postpaid users. Although Reliance Jio does offer postpaid plans, both Vodafone and Airtel, without a doubt, have the upper hand with postpaid plans across all price ranges. Apart from additional data benefits, Vodafone Red Rs 399 postpaid plan offers a slew of benefits that include 200GB data rollover limit and access to premium subscription services.
Vodafone RED Rs 399 Postpaid plan: Complete Details
The entry-level postpaid plan of the Vodafone Red portfolio offers 40GB data benefits per month to the subscribers and other benefits. Under the plan, the users can make unlimited voice calling. Also, the users can avail 200GB data rollover limit for six months. In case the user does not consume 40GB data per month within the billing cycle, the remaining data would automatically get added to the next month’s data. The data would be added similarly until it reaches 200GB. Besides this, the new customers would now get additional 150GB data benefits for a period of 6 months. Also, Vodafone is offering free National roaming and SMS benefits to the users.
The Rs 399 postpaid plan also ships with additional bundled benefits to its subscribers. They include a subscription to Vodafone Play, ZEE5 subscription, and Mobile Shield. Vodafone claims that this postpaid plan offers benefits of Rs 2,497 to its customers. The additional data benefits would certainly fulfill the needs of data craving postpaid customers as they no longer run out of data.
Vodafone Postpaid Plans Now Ships with Add-on Connections
Vodafone has also introduced Add-on connections to its postpaid plans. However, the Add-on connections feature does not apply to the entry-level Rs 399 postpaid plan. It applies to the postpaid plans from Rs 598 and above. Earlier, Airtel was the sole operator that offered Add-on connections to its subscribers. Now, Vodafone has become the second operator besides Airtel, to offer such a service. Under the Add-on connection feature, the multiple accounts are billed under a single name, and the postpaid plan benefits of each plan can be shared by two or more connections.