Vodafone launches new set of RED postpaid plans

Vodafone India has announced the launch of its new set of RED postpaid plans – RED Traveler, RED International and RED Signature.

The New Vodafone postpaid plans under RED Traveler come with free national roaming and the guarantee that a consumer will never be charged for a call made from anywhere in India to anywhere in India. With Inbuilt free data quotas up to 200 GB and a data roll over feature that allows consumers to carry forward unused data, Vodafone further guarantees that its postpaid consumers will never waste unused data.

Consumers opting for RED International will enjoy free ISD minutes to USA, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.

Across all three plan types, Vodafone RED postpaid consumers will also enjoy up to 12 months of Free NETFLIX;

free access to latest movies and live TV with Vodafone PLAY; access to over 4,000 of the world’s best magazines at their fingertips with free subscription to MAGZTER; and free access to RED SHIELD, a handset protection feature that protects consumers’ handsets from theft and damage;

In addition, RED Traveler, RED International and RED Signature – consumers will be able to bring together friends, family and devices under RED Together to get guaranteed savings up to 20% on total rentals and a host of other benefits.

The new RED postpaid plans will be available to consumers on 8th November 2017. The new plans are presently not slated for launch in the following telecom circles – Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh.

Speaking about the launch of the new Vodafone RED post-paid plans, Avneesh Khosla, Associate Director – Consumer Business, Vodafone India said, “We are delighted to announce the launch of our new Vodafone Post Paid RED plans that guarantee our consumers a host of unprecedented benefits. These plans have been structured to provide our customers with the best telecom and non telecom benefits that cater to the ever evolving needs of our customers.”




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