The vodafone unlimited data plans are obtainable in 3 distinct validity options–
user get 3 days of validity for 1,499/- rupees;
5 days for 2,499/- rupees and
7 days validity for 3,499/- rupees.
Vodafone says that these schemes are present through its partnership with Softbank’s network in Japan and Mobility’s network in Saudi Arabia.
In these countires, The data packages are valid only on Softbank and Mobility’s networks, though.
Vodafone will charge subcriber 5.50/- rupees for every 10 KB customer download while connected to any other network in these countries.
when subscriber wish to activate the offer by simply send an SMS with ACTULJPN3/5/7 – for Japan, and ACTULSAU3/5/7 -for Saudi Arabia (the number 3/5/7 stands for validity, basis the customer choice; only one number to be keyed in) to the toll free number 111 from Vodafone India’s home network.
The rental charge for the scheme/plan picked by the customer will feature in the billing cycle.
Recently, the company slashed its 3G tariffs following price cuts by Airtel, Idea, Aircel and Reliance. The new data plans begin from 25/- rupees for 25 MB data usage and increases to 1,599/- rupees for 12GB of data usage.
For any extra data usage on each plan, the customers will be charged at the rate of 2 paisa/ 10KB.
Plus Vodafone presently permits its customers to use data from their bundle package while on-net roaming across any location in India without any additional charge.
Currently, Airtel’s lowest costing plan offers 30 minutes of high speed internet browsing for 10/- rupees against its previously offering of 10 MB at the same rate.
It has increased data download on existing plans. For example, 100/- rupees recharge, prepaid subscriber can now get 300 MB of data download against their previously entitlement of 200 MB.
Also Idea Cellular have followed suit and in June this year placarded a reduction in 3G tariffs by a whopping 70%. Idea prepaid and postpaid customers can now pay 3 paisa/ 10KB of data, a reduction of 70% from the previous 10 paisa/ 10KB.
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