Vodafone ups the ante with Green Diwali campaign

Vodafone Green Diwali

Vodafone is gearing up to celebrate Green Diwali Campaign from October 16 to 19. As part of the Green Diwali campaign, Vodafone will showcase Super Crackers and E-Phuljhari across its 52 stores in Delhi NCR. The purpose of the Green Diwali is to provide an innovative concept in a bid to delight the customers during Diwali.

During the Green Diwali campaign, Vodafone will distribute Super Crackers to its customers. Moreover, customers will be able to create eco-friendly Virtual phuljharis or E-Phuljharis using Augmented Reality Technology. The latest offer is a continuation of the ongoing Celebrating Super campaign.

The Super Crackers consists of eco-friendly water soluble papers that carry a wide range of plant seeds with air-purifying characteristics. Moreover, the E-Phuljhari is a unique personalized GIF greeting that can be delivered to your friends and family via social media. Vodafone is also providing an opportunity to win a Gift Hamper with customized offers.

Commenting on the development, Alok Verma, Business Head, Delhi & NCR, Vodafone India disclosed that the company is #celebratingsuper with our customers this festive season. The Green Diwali campaign is aimed at providing customers with a great experience during Diwali.

The specially designed eco-friendly crackers consist of air purifying plant seeds. The company sources revealed to us that it will bring a change in the overall pollution levels of the city, which ultimately leads to safe and healthy atmosphere.

Verma added that the eco-friendly crackers will be available at all our stores, which provides customers an opportunity to celebrate Green Diwali. As a customer, you can be part of the awareness campaign against air pollution.

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Vodafone is trying to bring a positive change in the lives of the customers with activities such as air-purifying bus shelter and Green Diwali. The company is hopeful that these efforts will improve the air pollution levels to a great extent.

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