Vodafone Rs 39 all rounder prepaid plan quietly listed alongside Rs 29 and Rs 15 packs

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on Nov 05 2019
Vodafone Rs 39 all rounder prepaid plan quietly listed alongside Rs 29 and Rs 15 packs

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Vodafone has listed a new Rs 39 all-rounder prepaid plan on its website.

The pack offers talktime, data and call rate cutter benefits.

There are also two combo plans priced at Rs 29 and Rs 15.

Vodafone has listed a new prepaid plan priced at Rs 39 on its website and as the name suggests, the new prepaid recharge offers multiple benefits like talk time, data and rate cutter benefits. The new prepaid plan credits benefits like Rs 30 talktime, along with 100MB of data for a validity of 28 days. It is also a rate cutter plan, which means one can place outgoing calls at 2.5 paise per second. Vodafone has also listed two new all-rounder prepaid combo vouchers on its website, which are priced at Rs 29 and Rs 15. First spotted by TelecomTalk, the new recharge options are available only in select circles, and we advise our readers to check before performing a recharge.

As per the report, the Rs 39 recharge option also credits an extra Rs 9 talk time for seven days. While we spotted this recharge option on Vodafone’s website for the Delhi NCR region, there’s no mention of an additional Rs 9 talk time. As for the Rs 29 and Rs 15 all-rounder packs, they also come with rate cutter benefits but don’t offer additional talk time or data. Both the plans offer 30 paise per minute charges for all local, national, and roaming calls. However, the Rs 29 plan is valid for seven days while the Rs 15 pack will be valid for three days. 

Vodafone also recently launched a new Rs 30 full talk time prepaid recharge that has a 28-day validity period. The new prepaid recharge plan is currently being offered in select circles, which includes Mumbai, Karnataka and Kerala. Additionally, the recharge option seems to be available only to select customers. Users can recharge via third-party portals like PhonePe, Paytm and others. However, as mentioned, its availability varies with every user. 

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