The new prepaid plans from Vi provide 365 days of limitless calling and SMS service.
For its customers, Vodafone Idea (Vi) has launched new prepaid options. According to reports, the telecom operator has also lowered tariffs in its postpaid division. The telco has two Rs. 2,999 and Rs. 2,899 unlimited calling plans with a 365-day or annual validity period. Unlimited voice calls, SMS benefits, and 850GB of 4G data connectivity are included in the Rs. 2,999 plan. As part of Vi’s Binge All Night benefit, the plan also provides limitless nighttime data access from 12 am to 6 am without any additional fees.
Benefits of the Vodafone Idea (Vi) Rs. 2999 plan
Prepaid consumers may get 850GB of data, unlimited voice calls, and 100 SMS each day with Vi’s Rs. 2,999 plan, which has a 365-day validity period. The subscribers will now receive limitless nighttime bandwidth from 12 am to 6 am in addition to this. This entails that users can take advantage of Vi’s Binge All Night feature and use the internet to surf, stream, and do much more between these hours without incurring any additional fees.
Benefits of the Vodafone Idea Rs. 2899 plan
Vi also provides additional prepaid annual plans. With a 365-day validity, the Rs. 2,899 prepaid plan provides 1.5GB of daily data advantage. The package’s other advantages are the same as those in the Rs. 2999 prepaid plan. Additionally, subscribers will receive free monthly backup data of up to 2GB and weekend data rollover.
In addition to these two, a Rs. 3,099 prepaid recharge package provides 2GB of data access per day along with extra Vi Hero privileges, a year of Disney+ Hotstar mobile membership, and other incentives for a duration of 365 days.
In an effort to increase its customer base, Vi has recently announced four new international roaming (IR) bundles that are available only during the FIFA World Cup 2022, which is now taking place in Qatar. These roaming recharge packs include features like data connectivity, international calling to India, SMS, and more. Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates are permitted to use the plans.