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Vodafone offers 10GB data at cost of 1GB for new 4G connections

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27 September 2016

Vodafone India on Monday announced a discounted data plan for customers where a customer opting for a new 4G connection can get the benefit of 10GB data at the cost of 1GB for up to three months.

The offer is purely on 4G connection and is unconnected with voice plans. According to Vodafone, a new 4G smartphone means one that has not been used on the Vodafone network in the last 6 months.

"With Vodafone SuperNet, customers can now pay for 1GB and get 9GB additional free. As a result, a customer connecting with a new 4G handset can now enjoy 10GB data at the cost of just 1GB for up to 3 months," the stated in a release.

This offer is valid for circles where Vodafone currently provides 3G and 4G services and can be availed by both prepaid and postpaid customers till 31 December.

The offer of additional 9GB data can be availed by subscribers in the Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata circles, if they recharge with a 1GB or larger pack. Usage of this additional data will be limited to 4G networks only.

For the Uttar Pradesh (West), Uttar Pradesh (East), Haryana, Karnataka, Gujarat, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra & Goa, Assam, North East states, and Rajasthan circles, subscribers can avail of the additional 9GB of 3G data only between 12am and 6am daily, if they recharge with 1GB or larger pack.

The 1+9GB data offer is applicable only on data packs of 1GB and larger (Rs250 and above) with a minimum 28 days validity. It adds that multiple offers cannot be combined. Subscribers will also get access to a free subscription of Vodafone Play.

"With the festive season approaching, we are giving a greater reason to customers to upgrade to 4G handsets. With this offer, we are encouraging new 4G handset users to enjoy the Vodafone SuperNet experience to the fullest and explore the wonders of the Internet in a truly worry-free manner," said Sandeep Kataria, director, commercial, Vodafone India.





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