Vodafone establishes data strong network in more than 25000 towns and villages of UP East

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Vodafone has announced that the company is now offering Vodafone SuperNet 4G Data Strong Network across 25000+ towns and villages across UP East. According to company sources, Vodafone has rolled out 6880 broadband sites (16 sites / Day) to expand and strengthen its network since January 2017. It caters to the not only growing demand for data but also the voice of over 22.7 million customers across the UP East circle.

Commenting on the development, Nipun Sharma, Business Head – UP East, Vodafone India disclosed that there is a huge rise in data consumption not only in urban but also in rural areas of UP East. The network expansion drive adopted by the company with latest technologies is mainly to fulfill the growing demand of customers across the state. Sharma said that the company have created additional capacity and built a smart, robust and resilient Data Strong Network.

Sharma added that the company is offering the world-class products in prepaid and postpaid categories coupled with unpreceded benefits at affordable prices. The company has established partnerships with smartphone manufacturers and also offers cashback for a wide range of 4G smartphones. The main purpose is to democratize data and make 4G more accessible. he said that the company would continue to invest in technology, products, and services to offer world-class products.

Vodafone has launched several unlimited super packs plans under the prepaid offering. The super hour plan starts at Rs. 16 and extends to Rs. 18 and Rs. 31. The company also offers super week, super plan and long validity packages. To encourage customers to opt for Postpaid plans, the company has launched RED Traveler, RED International and RED Signature plans with value-added benefits.

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Vodafone has established tie-ups with Micromax, Samsung, and Vivo to offer cashback to the tune of Rs. 2200 and Rs. 1500 respectively. These offers provide access to smartphones and mobile telephony at pocket-friendly prices and also to empower customers to stay connected.

Vodafone has also established partnerships with Netflix and Magzter to enable customers to access their rich content across genres free or at exclusive and attractive prices. Moreover, if you are a customer of Aircel, you can walk into any of the 200,000+ retail touch points to seek assistance for port-ins.

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