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The stiff competition among Indian cellular providers has resulted in another good news for consumers. This time it comes from Vodafone. The leading network provider has announced to quadruple the data volume of its prepaid 4G packs. With this, the company aims to take on rivals like Reliance Jio, Airtel, Idea, etc.

Vodafone 4G Internet Pack Offer Details

Vodafone Supernet 4G

Vodafone’s new internet packs make 4G data extremely affordable. Let’s dive into the tariff details of the latest plans. The packages start from Rs. 150 and extend way up to Rs. 1500. For Rs. 150 you will get 1 GB of high-speed 4G data. In comparison, earlier, 1 GB internet cost Rs. 250. Now, at Rs. 250 you are eligible for 4 GB of data. Other plans include 6 GB for Rs. 350, 9 GB for Rs. 450, 13 GB for Rs. 650, 22 GB for Rs. 999 and 35 GB for Rs. 1500.

Price4G Data Volume
Rs. 1501 GB
Rs. 2504 GB
Rs. 3506 GB
Rs. 4509 GB
Rs. 65013 GB
Rs. 99922 GB
Rs. 150035 GB

These data plans do not have any time restrictions. You can consume them during any time of the day. The additional data benefits will be offered if you recharge via local retailers as well as different digital channels. The new packages will be available at everywhere in India where there Vodafone 4G connectivity. However, the cost of the plans may vary slightly in different circles. So, before recharging, do not forget to cross check them for your respective area.

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Unfortunately, we don’t have any update for the post-paid Vodafone users. We presume that the post-paid tariff has remained unchanged.

Announcing this, the Chief Commercial Officer of Vodafone India, Sandeep Kataria said, “Our customers are consuming more of content and video online. With these super rich data packs, our rapidly growing base of 4G customers across 17 circles can enjoy much more of the mobile internet while remaining confidently connected on Vodafone SuperNet 4G.”

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