Vodafone revises its prepaid plans to compete with Airtel and Jio’s latest offers

Vodafone has boosted their Rs 399, Rs 458 and Rs 509 recharge packs with more data and validity.

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Highlights

    • Vodafone has made changes to existing Rs 399, Rs 458 and Rs 509 plans
    • All 3 plans now come with more data and validity than before

Vodafone has boosted their Rs 399, Rs 458 and Rs 509 recharge packs with more data and validity. The move comes right after Jio and Airtel made changes to some of their existing plans. As a result, the updated Vodafone Rs 399 plan bundles benefits like 70GB high-speed data for 70 days, and the Rs 458 plan offers 84GB data for 84 days with 1GB per day data limit, unlimited calls (local, STD and roaming) and 100 daily SMS common to both plans.

Until now, Vodafone Rs 458 plan offered 70GB data for 70 days. Vodafone has revised the plan by bumping not only data but also validity by 20% each, which effectively translates to 14GB more data and 14 extra days than what it previously offered.

Meanwhile, Vodafone Rs 509 prepaid plan has witnessed an addition of 7GB and 7 days in terms of data and validity. It now offers 91GB of high-speed data in 91 days. Other benefits like 100 SMS per day and unlimited calling remain the same. The changes are more or less identical to what Airtel did to their prepaid plans last week.

Also Read: Jio Rs 799 plan has managed to capture the crown long held by Airtel, and how!

Recently, Vodafone got into a strategic partnership with select Samsung 4G smartphones like Galaxy J2 Pro, Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt and Samsung Galaxy J7 Max. Vodafone customers can avail Rs 1,500 cashback by opting for any of the eligible Samsung smartphones.

In other news, Vodafone has confirmed the rollout of 4G VoLTE (Voice over Long-Term Evolution) services in select Indian cities starting this month. VoLTE is a high-speed wireless communication standard based on IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) to deliver high-quality voice and high-speed data.