Vodafone has announced a new package named Vodafone Super Plan for prepaid customers based in Bihar and Jharkhand. As part of the Vodafone Super Plan, you will be able to enjoy unlimited voice calls, free roaming in addition to data benefits for 28 days at Rs. 179.
The newly launched Vodafone Super Plan enables you to access unlimited 2G data and will be able to enjoy free outgoing calls while on roaming across India for 28 days. It is also possible to make unlimited local and STD calls using the help of this plan.
Commenting on the development, Rajshekhar Metgud, Business Head – Bihar, and Jharkhand, Vodafone India disclosed that the company is committed to provide the best quality network, service network and value proposition to all customers.
The company is excited to offer Vodafone Super Plan with value-added benefits. The main purpose of the new plan is to provide a pocket-friendly plan to satisfy the requirements of prepaid customers located in Jharkhand and Bihar.
Metgud added that the new offer will help customers to remain connected without any worries. You will be able to experience uninterrupted Vodafone Internet on one of the best networks in the world. He also wished all customers a happy festive season during the launch of the Vodafone Super Plan.
The Vodafone Super Plan is currently available from all retail outlets in Bihar and Jharkhand and can be recharged via My Vodafone App.
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