Vodafone has announced new recharge packs for its users due to the ongoing price war and decreasing user base in the telecom sector. Earlier, users had to recharge their numbers with minimum recharge packs of Rs 35, Rs 65 or Rs 95. If users do not recharge with one of this minimum recharge or any other regular packs with validity, then their incoming calls are also closed after 45 days. In such a situation, Vodafone has launched low-cost minimum recharge packs, giving relief to the users.
According to media reports, Vodafone has launched new recharge packs of Rs 20, Rs 30 and Rs 50. In all these recharge packs, users are also being offered full talk time with a validity of 28 days. Apart from this, a small recharge pack of Rs 10 has also been launched. However, in this pack, users get talk time of Rs 7.47. At the same time, the company has launched several recharge packs last month. These include an all-rounder plan of Rs 45. In this plan, users are charged a call rate of 1 paise per second. Apart from this, in the all-rounder pack of Rs 95, users are charged a call charge at the rate of 1 paise per second. In this too, full talk time is offered to the user.
Talking about Vodafone’s Rs 145 plan, users also get the benefit of full talk time. At the same time, users also get the benefit of 1GB data in this plan. In this plan, users have to pay a calling charge at the rate of 30 paise per minute. Apart from this, it offers 42 days of validity. At the same time, talking about the Rs 245 plan, it offers 84 days of validity with 2GB of data. In this plan, users are charged a calling rate of 30 paise per minute with full talk time.