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Vodafone launches Rs 39 All Rounder Prepaid plan

USNMix Report: Vodafone prepaid plan launched at Rs 39,
users will get so much talk time.

Telecom company Vodafone has launched a Rs 39 all rounder plan to connect more and more consumers. Earlier, the company had also introduced recharge packs of 35, 45 and 69 rupees under the all rounder pack. Only users of select circles will be able to recharge these prepaid plans of the company. At the same time, consumers will get talk time, data and validity of 28 days in the Rs 39 plan. Currently, Vodafone has made this plan available for testing only.

Vodafone Rs 39 prepaid plan
Vodafone users will be given an additional benefit of nine rupees in addition to the talk time of Rs 30 in this plan, which is valid for seven days. In addition, users will have to pay a charge of 2.5 paise per second for voice calls. Apart from this, consumers will also get 100 MB data. At the same time, the time limit of this pack is 28 days. 
Vodafone launches Rs 39 All Rounder Prepaid plan

Vodafone Rs 35 prepaid plan
Talking about the plan of 35 rupees, then users will get talk time of 26 rupees. Also 100 MB data will be given. Under this plan, consumers will be able to call on any network at the rate of 2.5 paise per second. At the same time, the validity of this prepaid plan is 28 days.

Vodafone Rs 29 and Rs 15 recharge packs
Telecom company Vodafone had earlier offered prepaid plans of Rs 29 and Rs 15 in select circles. Customers will not get call and data facility in these plans, because they are rate cutter plans. At the same time, consumers will be able to call any network at the rate of 30 paise per minute. The validity of the Rs 29 prepaid pack is seven days. On the other hand, the time limit of 15 rupees plan is three days.


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