Vodafone has announced a new Rs 69 weekly plan for users. As part of the new plan, Vodafone prepaid customers will benefit from unlimited calls (both local and STD) from Vodafone to any network. Additionally, it also offers 500MB of 4G data. Since it’s a weekly plan, it comes with a limited validity of 7 days. But interestingly enough, customers can also opt for repeat purchases as soon as the plan ends after 7 days of a purchase.
Commenting on the Vodafone Rs 69 plan, the company’s Avneesh Khosla, who’s serving as the associate director of consumer business, had this to say:
“With SuperWeek, the key objective is to offer a pocket-friendly and affordable unlimited plan that will appeal to all prepaid consumers. This plan will further enable our customers to remain confidently connected and enjoy a worry-free Vodafone SuperNet 4G experience on our best network ever.”
In case you are wondering, Vodafone SuperWeek plans can be purchased at any retail outlets or by means of USSD, official website. Benefits of the Vodafone Rs 69 plan can also be availed using the MyVodafone app.
Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio has a similar weekly plan, which is priced at Rs 52. Unlike Vodafone Rs 69 SuperWeek plan, it offers unlimited data with daily 0.15GB bandwidth at 4G speed. Furthermore, it also offers unlimited local and STD calls as well as 70 free SMSes and access to other premium Jio apps and services.
In other news, Vodafone announced Bharat2 Ultra, a Reliance JioPhone competitor, in association with domestic handset maker Micromax.