Vodafone offered 4G SIM free doorstep delivery with Rs. 249 first time prepaid recharge

Vodafone has been making a decent attempt to charm more subscribers since its merger with Idea Cellular and keeping in mind that both the telcos presently work as a single entity, there still have their separated client base. Presently, Vodafone has allegedly declared a new offer under which every single new subscribers to its prepaid services will get their new 4G SIM delivered at their doorsteps with no extra expense.

As indicated by a report by TelecomTalk, the Vodafone Rs. 249 first time prepaid recharge will currently give subscribers a chance to get their new 4G SIM delivered at their doorsteps for free and they should simply register themselves as a new subscriber on Vodafone’s official website. Intrigued clients can go to the website to subscribe for the prepaid recharge plan and once they hit the ‘Buy Now’ button, they will be approached to enter their essential data and afterward decide to either get some of their decision or change to Vodafone’s carrier through MNP.

On the off chance that a client chooses to get a new Vodafone number of their choice, the website will demonstrate a few numbers that they can pick and in the event that individuals want to change to Vodafone’s carrier through MNP, they should enter their present number. All things considered, Vodafone has referenced that if a client needs to utilize the MNP facility, the person in question should be on their present telecom network for a minimum period of 90 days.

When clients have chosen their favored new Vodafone number or entered their current number under the Mobile Number Portability policy, the website will at that point request that they enter the delivery details and pay for the Vodafone Rs. 249 prepaid recharge plan. In the wake of completing this, Vodafone will at that point deliver the new 4G SIM at their doorstep for free.

Going to the Vodafone Rs. 249 prepaid recharge plan, it accompanies 1.5GB 3G/4G data per day, unlimited local, STD and roaming calls, 100 SMS per day and a validity of 28 days.


Dan Zinman

Dan Zinman started his career as an astronomer and college professor and quickly expanded into popularizing the understanding of science and scientific discovery. He did this through writing books, essays, and articles. He is contributing by writing news articles for
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