Vodafone counters Jio Rs 459 plan, now offering 1GB data per day & unlimited calls for 84 days

Vodafone launches new plans to go toe to toe with Reliance Jio

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    • Vodafone Rs. 496 plan comes with a validity of 84 days
    • The Rs. 177 plan comes with a validity of 28 days
    • Both the plans come with 1GB of daily 4G data

Vodafone India today launched two new tariff plans for its pre-paid users who are looking to get unlimited calling and 1GB of data per day. These new plans have been launched just after Reliance Jio went ahead and updated its tariff plans under which they raised the price and decreased the validity of the plans.

The first plan that Vodafone has launched is priced at Rs. 496 in which its users will be getting unlimited local and STD calling along with free incoming and outgoing calls on roaming, the pack also includes 1GB of 4G data per day. Additionally, the company has said that these plans will have no FUP on calling that means users will not be tied down by any daily or weekly cap on calling. The validity of this plan is 84 days. This plan is in direct competition with the Rs. 459 plan offered by Reliance Jio which has similar benefits along with the addition of free SMSes and access to its apps.


The second plan is costing Rs. 177 and has a validity of 28 days, it offers 1GB of 4G data daily along with unlimited calling with no FUP on calling. Interestingly, under this plan users will not be getting any free incoming or outgoing calls on roaming. Currently, there is no plan from Reliance Jio which can counter this plan.

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Alok Verma, Business Head, Delhi & NCR, Vodafone India, said,
“We are pleased to extend world-class Vodafone services with a basket of offerings to mobile subscribers in Delhi NCR. The Rs 177 & Rs 496 First Recharges are very attractive offers for pre-paid customers wanting to switch over to Vodafone SuperNet.”