Vodafone Happy 4G data : In the present time, the whole country is under the fever of Jio as it has offered the free net plan till the month of March. The competitors of Jio have geared up and in order to counter the Jio’s free data offer, the most renowned company Vodafone has announced a very new Double Data offer that literally and effectively cuts the price of the 4G data for the prepaid users by 50 percent, which is an amazing move! In the new offer, the Vodafone 4G users in Delhi circle will get the twice of the mobile data for the recharge values of higher than Rs. 255.
So now, as you all can see that the Vodafone prepaid 4G users will now get up to 2GB of data at the Rs. 255 recharge, instead of the 1GB they used to get in the early time. Similarly, the recharges of Rs. 459 and Rs. 559 will entail the 6GB and the 8GB data respectively, rather than the standard 3GB and 4GB data that they were earlier offering.
Vodafone Cuts 4G Data Price by Half, This Offer is called Happy ‘Double Data’ Offer :
Apoorva Mehrotra, who is the Business Head of Delhi-NCR of the Vodafone India, said, “Vodafone is delighted with the response to Vodafone SuperNet4G and happy to announce a Double Data bonanza to all our 4G customers. We are confident that this value offering will further enhance mobile internet experience for our customers and will enable them to experience the world of Vodafone SuperNet4G to the fullest.”
The Reliance Jio had made an announced last week that it is extending the Jio welcome Offer benefits by the three months making it as the part of the Jio Happy New Offer. Basically, these Reliance Jio benefits include the free unlimited voice calls, 4G data, SMSs, and ample of the Jio apps.
The India’s biggest telecom operator Airtel has also introduced Two new packs that offers unlimited local and STD voice calls, while the Aircel has introduced a very separate plan and that is that it provides free voice calls across the country.
Nobody knows how far these competitors will go but yes, it’s the fact that is coming up that Jio has taken many customers of these companies.