Vodafone has launched the SuperWeek plan, which provides not only unlimited calling but also plenty of data at only Rs. 69. The Vodafone SuperWeek enables customers to perform unlimited local and STD calls to any mobile network. As part of the offer, customers will be eligible for 500MB data at just Rs. 69 with a validity of one week.
In addition to a low price package, the customers will be able to extend the SuperWeek scheme by making unlimited repeat purchases of the pack on a recurring basis. If you pay Rs. 69, you will get 500MB of data for 7 days.
It is possible to extend the scheme by again paying the same amount on a recurring basis. The plan will be useful for students who require less data but want to be in touch with family and friends.
Commenting on the Vodafone SuperWeek package, Avneesh Khosla, Associate Director, Consumer Business, Vodafone India disclosed that the company provides the best network, value and service experience to their valuable customers. The main purpose of the SuperWeek package is to provide a pocket-friendly and affordable unlimited plan for all prepaid customers.
Khosla added that the new plan will enable customers to be confident while on the go without worrying about loss of connectivity. He also said that the SuperWeek package will offer awesome Vodafone SuperNet experience, which is not available with any competing mobile providers.
The Vodafone SuperWeek packages are available for purchase from all retail outlets, website, USSD including MyVodafone app.
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