Vodafone Rs 205 and Rs 225 recharge with free calls and up to 4GB data launched

“The new Rs 205 and Rs 225 Vodafone recharges offer a total data of 2GB for 35 days and 4GB data for 48 days, respectively”

Vodafone has announced two new recharge packs, priced at Rs 205 and Rs 225, for prepaid subscribers in India. The new Rs 205 and Rs 225 Vodafone recharges have been added to the company’s portfolio in the country just days after a TRAI report said it has lost nearly 5.7 million subscribers in the last quarter. These affordable recharges from Vodafone are said to offer unlimited voice calls (local and STD), along with daily data and SMS freebies. While the Rs 205 Vodafone recharge comes with 35 days validity and 2GB of total high-speed data, the Rs 225 pack is valid for 48 days and includes a total of 4GB 3G/4G data.

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Vodafone adds two new prepaid packs days after it loses 5.7 million users in the latest TRAI report.

The new Rs 205 and Rs 225 Vodafone recharge packs seem to be targeted at consumers, who are more into calling. Both packs offer unlimited local and national calling without any Fair Usage Policy (FUP). As stated above, the prepaid packs have limited internet pack – 2GB with Rs 205 and 4GB with Rs 225. Once the data limit is exhausted, users can do a top-up data recharge or pay 50 paise per MB for high-speed downloads. The packs also include 600 local and national SMS applicable through the validity period. In addition to these, subscribers of the packs also get complimentary access to the Vodafone Play app that allows you to stream movies, music videos, and live TV for free.

As per the report, both these Vodafone prepaid recharge plans are only available in Karnataka, Bihar and Jharkhand, Delhi and NCR, and UP (West) circles. There is no word on if and when Vodafone is planning to launch the new plans in other circles.

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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