December 1, 2022
Vodafone Idea offering 5GB additional data with Rs.  149, Rs.  219, Rs.  249 Rs.  399 Rs.  599 Plans

Vodafone Idea is offering additional data up to 5GB on select prepaid plans as part of its new web/app exclusive offer. There are a total of five prepaid plans listed with the offer. Plans with a denomination of Rs. 149, Rs. 219, Rs. 249 Rs. 399, and Rs. 599 is part of this new web/app exclusive offer. As the name suggests, this offer is applicable only for recharges done through Vodafone and Idea’s websites and official apps.

Web/App exclusive offer listed on both vodafone And Idea website, Rupee. 149 prepaid plan offers 1GB additional data along with 2GB data with the plan. This means that a total of 3GB data is now being given with the plan. Apart from this Rs. 149 plan comes with unlimited calls, Vodafone Play subscription, Zee5 subscription and a validity of 28 days.

Vodafone Idea Rs. 219 prepaid plan offers a total of 2GB additional data along with the existing 1GB daily data benefit. This means that during the validity of 28 days 2GB can be used whenever the 1GB daily data limit is exhausted. Rupee. 219 plan also includes unlimited calls, 100 SMS per day, Vodafone Play subscription and Zee5 subscription.

Coming in Rs. 249 Vodafone Idea prepaid plan, it offers 5GB additional data along with 1.5GB daily data benefit. It also includes unlimited calls, 100 SMS per day, Vodafone Play subscription and Zee5 subscription for a validity of 28 days. Rupee. 399 offers similar benefits with the same amount of additional data, but it comes with a validity of 56 days. Similarly Rs. 599 prepaid plan is listed with similar benefits of Rs. 249 recharge, but it comes with a validity of 84 days.

The new web/app exclusive offer for Vodafone prepaid customers is live across all operating circles in India. The same five prepaid plans with the same additional data benefits are also available to Idea customers in all circles in the country.


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