Vodafone has launched a new ‘Super Plan’ for its customers in Assam, North Eastern states of India, Bihar, and Jharkhand. Priced at Rs 179, the Vodafone Super Plan offers unlimited calling, and data benefits with a validity of 28 days. Also Read - Jio Freedom Plans 2021: Jio launches 5 new prepaid plans with no daily data limit - check detailsAlso Read - How to recharge your Jio number via WhatsApp
For customers in Assam and North East, the Vodafone Super Plan allows customers to make unlimited local and STD calls to any network. Apart from that, customers will get free unlimited incoming and outgoing calls while on roaming along with 1GB 4G data for free. Customers can also send messages at the 25 paise per SMS for a period of 28 days. Also Read - 5G JioPhone launch could be around Diwali this year, price to be around Rs 3,500
For customers in Bihar and Jharkhand, the new plan brings access to unlimited 2G data. Users can also make unlimited local and STD calls to any network, along with free outgoing calls while on roaming within India for a period of 28 days. Both the offers will be available across all Vodafone Stores, retail outlets, website, and the My Vodafone App.
At Vodafone, it is our constant endeavor to provide the best network, service experience and value proposition to our customers. We are delighted to launch this attractive festival pack – Super Plan with the key objective of offering a pocket friendly plan that will appeal to our prepaid customers in Assam & North East,” Nidhi Lauria, Business Head – Assam and North East, Vodafone India said.
Recently, Vodafone also launched free roaming for prepaid customers in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh. Under the new plan, users will get unlimited calling on roaming, and 1GB per day 2G internet for 28 days at Rs 176.
In the on-going tariff war, telecom operators now seem to focus more on the ‘neglected’ regions of India. While Vodafone has launched the ‘Super Plan’ for customers in Assam, North East, Airtel, on the other hand, has launched its 4G services in 130 towns and cities of the Ladakh region, including Kargil, Leh, and Dras. Airtel says this is a part of its Project Leap initiative.