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Vodafone expands its 4G services to 4 districts of West Bengal

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Even though the market is suffering from the impact of demonetization, telecom operator Vodafone expanded its 4G services to 4 more districts of West Bengal – Alipurduar, Purulia, Jalpaiguri and Coochbehar on Monday. In the coming months, the company is also planning to roll out its services to other parts of Bengal as well.

To attract more customers, Vodafone is offering free upgrade to 4G for customers along with free 4G SIM. Existing customers buying greater than 1GB packs will get twice the data allowance. They can also upgrade to a 4G SIM for free and will also get 2GB 4G data free for 10 days. Apart from offering double data for selective data packs, the customers buying a new 4G handset will get 10GB of 4G data at Rs 251 and double data of 20 GB at Rs 955. The telco will allow 4G international roaming across 25 countries including UK, US, UAE, Singapore and Canada.

“West Bengal is a strong leadership market for Vodafone India and as the leading telecom service provider, our over 18 million customers have a lot to look forward to. We are proud to have achieved a great feat of launching our SuperNet 4G services in 4 major cities in a short span of 10 days. With this we have covered all the major towns in the circle. Beginning with key business and residential corridors of Siliguri, currently we have our Vodafone SuperNetTM 4G services in 17 towns in the circle and will keep on expanding the services across the entire circle in a phased manner. We invite our data savvy customers in West Bengal to make the most of the bonanza of special benefits being offered and enjoy the best mobile internet experience,” said Arvinder Singh Sachdev Business Head–West Bengal Circle, Vodafone India.

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