A new Vodafone Rs 569 plan has now seemingly been launched. USP of this plan is that it is an unlimited voice calling plan, also offering 3GB data per day. Validity of this plan is 84 days. Now, 3GB daily data combined with a validity of 84 days surely makes for a theoretically exciting fete as far as consuming increased multimedia content is concerned.
Now, s per reports, the Vodafone Rs 569 plan offers free and unlimited calling. Then, there are free SMS messages daily, amounting to 100. Finally, there is the Vodafone Play app that comes with SunNXT which is seen as a competitor to the likes of Amazon Prime Video and Netflix India as far as content streaming is concerned.
Here, another USP of this plan is that voice calling would be totally free – without daily limits. Then, there are no IUC charges imposed on subscribers. For the uninitiated, Vodafone India had stated long ago that it would desist for now from imposing IUC charges of 6 paise per minute on voice calls made to other non-Vodafone networks. Hence, voice calls would totally be unlimited and free in Vodafone. However, the 84 days validity is the most exciting part of this Rs 568 plan.
In related news, the Vodafone Rs 199 plan is now seemingly available for subscribers in more telecom regions of the telco. This plan is valid for 28 days. USP of this scheme is that it offers free-unlimited calling (voice) and 1.5GB daily data. SMS messages amounting to 100 free ones could also be sent in a day. These plans come amidst intense rumour mills that had gone so far as to indicate that the telco would exit India. That is now turning out to be totally fake. Isn’t it?