Vodafone India on Monday unveiled a data offer where a client associating with another 4G handset can now get the advantage of 10GB information at the expense of only 1GB for up to three months, an organization statement said.
As indicated by Vodafone, another 4G cell phone implies one that was not utilized on the Vodafone system as a part of the most recent 6 months.
"With Vodafone SuperNet clients can now pay for 1GB and get 9GB extra free. Accordingly, a client associating with another 4G handset can now appreciate 10GB information at the expense of only 1GB for up to 3 months," the statement by company said.
This offer is for circles where Vodafone has its own 3G and 4G administrations. It can be profited by both paid ahead of time and postpaid clients till December 31.
In the Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata circles, Vodafone indicates endorsers will be capable profit the extra 9GB 4G information on the off chance that they energize with a 1GB or bigger pack. Utilization of this extra information will be constrained to 4G arranges as it were.
Concerning Uttar Pradesh (West), Uttar Pradesh (East), Haryana, Karnataka, Gujarat, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Goa, Assam, North East states, and Rajasthan, Vodafone indicates that supporters can benefit the extra 9GB of 3G information just somewhere around 12am and 6am every day, in the event that they revive with 1GB or bigger pack. As specified, use will be constrained to 4G handsets as it were.
The organization likewise determines that the 1+9GB information offer is just pertinent on information packs of 1GB and bigger (Rs. 250 or more) with a base 28 days legitimacy. It includes that different offers can't be joined. Supporters will likewise access a free membership of Vodafone Play.
"With the happy season drawing closer, we are giving a more prominent motivation to clients to move up to 4G handsets. With this offer, we are empowering new 4G handset clients to appreciate the Vodafone SuperNet experience without bounds and investigate the marvels of the Internet in a really effortless way," said Sandeep Kataria, Director – Commercial, Vodafone India.