Vodafone India: Vodafone Red offers free calls and Data to defend Reliance JIo

The big telecom circle in India Vodafone is following its rivals Airtel and latest Reliance Jio for offering unlimited voice calling services. After the entry of Reliance Jio in the market, equations had changed, and competition also increased. The successful telecom communications like Airtel, Idea, and Vodafone India are trying to come up with new offers to attract the users.

However, Vodafone India shipped with an excellent package to counter Bharti Airtel and its rivals. Vodafone has announced unlimited voice calling in Mumbai and Maharashtra circles along with data benefits at Rs. 297. Coming to the details, Vodafone has started offering 3 GB of 3G/ 4G data and unlimited voice calling in Mumbai, Goa and Maharashtra circles.

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In recent days 4G services are providing by telecom circles to poach new users. As a part of this, Vodafone Unlimited Voice Calling and data pack services introduced by the company. Vodafone new plan applies to a few prepaid customers, and it could be available as a limited time offer.

If you browse through Vodafone new offers, you found free incoming calls while on national roaming. Vodafone recently released free incoming roaming offer got a tremendous response from its users. Another Vodafone’s new plan “All in One” pack includes STD, local talk time, inbound and outgoing roaming minutes in a single recharge also getting a great response.

Vodafone India, country’s second largest mobile telecom operator said that it would hostilely invest in its networks in the next one year. The popular telecom operator Vodafone spent the maximum amount of getting new spectrum in the latest spectrum auction to increase 4G footprints. By this, it is acquiring airwaves across 1800, 2100 and 2500 MHZ bands in all its key telecom circles for Rs, 20,280 crores.

The renowned telecom operator joined hands with Nokia for doubling its network rollout target this year.

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