Vodafone Declare Postpaid 4G Data Plans, Starting With Mumbai
This Monday declare vodafone data plans.This telecom data price war continued on Monday with Vodafone. Now Vodafone joining others such as Idea Cellular and Airtel India.Vodafone India on Monday declare all the subscribers can now enjoy up to 67% more benefits on their existing data packs.
Details About Vodafone 4G Data Plans
Vodafone new postpaid data plans in Mumbai declare details , 2GB of 4G/3G data will cost you Rs. 350 (instead of Rs. 450 earlier), 3GB of 4G/3G data will cost you Rs. 450 (Rs. 650 earlier), 5GB of 4G/3G data will cost you Rs. 650 (instead of Rs. 850 earlier), 6GB of 4G/3G data will cost Rs. 750, 7GB of 4G/3G data will cost Rs. 850, 10GB of 4G/3G data will cost Rs. 999, and 15GB of 4G/3G data will cost you Rs. 1,499, and 20GB of 4G/3G data will set you back by Rs. 1,999.
Declaration Details of Vodafone India Director-Commercial “Sandeep Katari”
Vodafone India Director-Commercial Sandeep Kataria, also declare , “We are democratising data by making it more affordable and accessible. This is key to driving usage and encouraging first time users to come online. We are confident that this move of offering up to 67% additional data benefit on select pre-paid packs, will facilitate in faster adoption of data and its better usage.”
Reliance Jio is presently offering 3 months of limitless data on its LYF smartphones. It is further prospective to offer 1GB of 4G data for as low as Rs 80 once it officially launches its services.
Reliance Jio has already inert 15 lakh subscribers for its 4G services and its Lyf-brand phones are now among the top three in India.
Telecom companies have taken note of what is going to hit them soon and are prepping up to defend their airwaves.
Some telecom companies have already slashes their 4G and 3G data prices in the range of 50% to 67%.
On July 15, 2016, Idea Cellular said that it will give customers 45% more data with their current data packs. For instance, its 2G data pack priced at Rs 19, which offers 75 MB data for three days, would now offer 110 MB data for three days, a 45% more value to the customer.
India’s largest telecom company Airtel later on July 18, 2016 followed up with its offer to give a whopping 67% more 4G and 3G data to its customers on their existing plans.
A few hours later Idea slashed its rates by as much as 67% on 4G, 3G data postpaid as well as prepaid packs.