Vodafone rivals Jio with new RED Together postpaid plan, offers extra data with "guaranteed savings"

The new RED Together plan is exclusive for Vodafone postpaid customers and can be clubbed together with any RED postpaid plan starting with the Rs 399 RED Basic plan

Published Date
29 - Nov - 2017
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29 - Nov - 2017
Vodafone rivals Jio with new RED Together postpaid plan, offers e...

Vodafone has announced its new RED Together plan for postpaid customers. The plan is introduced for groups like families and friends and the telco guarantees up to 20 percent savings on the total rental of the group, and is also offering up to 20GB extra data under the plan. Consumers on RED TOGETHER can make a single payment for the group under a single bill.

As mentioned above, the RED together plan is for family members, but a user can also add their friends or add multiple devices under the plan. Vodafone postpaid consumers can opt-in for any new RED postpaid plan, starting with the Rs 399 RED Basic plan. It is worth noting that RED together is activated on top of the user’s existing RED postpaid plan. Vodafone says that the new plans are currently not available in Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh circle.

Vodafone recently announced its RED Traveler, RED International and RED Signature postpaid plans with data rollover and added benefits. Under the three plans, users will get free access to a Netflix subscription for up to 12 months along with free access to movies and live TV on Vodafone PLAY, and a free subscription to MAGZTER. It also gives free access to RED SHIELD which is a handset protection programme by Vodafone. 

Avneesh Khosla, Associate Director of Consumer Business, Vodafone India, said, “RED TOGETHER is an extremely rewarding proposition that guarantees savings for our consumers. As it is exclusively available on the recently relaunched Vodafone RED Postpaid plans, it further strengthens Vodafone RED’s position of being India’s best postpaid plan.”

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