In a bid to take on the recently presented recharge packs by Jio and Airtel, Vodafone has introduced another recharge pack for the prepaid clients offering them unlimited calls to local, national mobile numbers and in roaming, in addition to 2GB data for each day for a validity of 28 days. The new Vodafone Rs 255 recharge pack takes on the Jio Rs 251 IPL 2018 recharge pack and Airtel Rs 249 IPL 2018 recharge pack.
The Vodafone Rs 255 prepaid recharge pack will give unlimited local, national, and roaming outgoing calls to the clients. However, they will be capped at 250 minutes in a day and 1000 minutes in seven days. Furthermore, the recharge pack will give 2GB 3G/4G for every day to the clients.
The clients in select circles will have to enjoy the new Vodafone Rs 255 pack as it is not accessible in all regions. The circles where the pack is accessible are Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra & Goa, Uttar Pradesh West, and Uttar Pradesh East. Vodafone subscribers in Andhra Pradesh & Telangana, Assam, Bihar and Jharkhand, Chennai, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal circles are being left out of its purview, although, it is not quickly clear if the company will eventually present the plan throughout the country.
The battle among the telcos is never-ending with the new recharge packs being introduced relatively every other day. Recently, Jio propelled the Rs 251 pack to commemorate the beginning of IPL 2018, so did Airtel by releasing the Rs 248 pack. The Jio Rs 251 pack comes with 2GB data for each day for a validity of 51 days while the Airtel Rs 249 pack offers the similar data of 2GB but for 28 days only. Both the recharge packs come with bundled unlimited calling benefits, also.
State-owned telecom giant BSNL also offers a Rs 248 STV that accompanies the exact same validity as the previously mentioned Jio pack, and even offers 50 percent more data as compared to the Mukesh Ambani-led telco. However, even though it offers 3GB of daily data instead of 2GB, it can only offer 3G speeds in most circles except for Kerala, where it recently launched its 4G services.