Vodafone Idea Brings Rs. 819 Recharge Plan With 2GB High Speed Daily Data, 84 Days Validity
Vodafone Idea Brings Rs. 819 Recharge Plan With 2GB High-Speed Daily Data, 84 Days Validity
The Rs. 819 prepaid recharge plan is currently available only in the Delhi circle and is limited to Vodafone customers.
By Jagmeet Singh | Updated: 30 July 2020 17:21 IST
Vodafone Idea has Rs. 699 prepaid plan in various circles that offer identical benefits of Rs. 819 plan
Vodafone Idea hasn’t brought Rs. 819 prepaid plan for Idea customers
The Rs. 819 prepaid recharge plan comes with Zee5 subscription
Vodafone Idea is offering 4GB daily data benefits with Rs. 699 plan
Vodafone Idea has expanded its prepaid plan portfolio adding a Rs. 819 recharge option. The new prepaid recharge plan offers 2GB high-speed daily data allocation alongside unlimited voice calls and 100 SMS messages per day for 84 days. The benefits of the Rs. 819 Vodafone prepaid recharge plan makes it identical to the Rs. 699 option by the telco. However, the earlier launched Rs. 699 prepaid plan is currently a part of Vodafone Idea's Double Data offer under which it is providing additional 2GB high-speed data allocation on a daily basis.
As per the listing on the Vodafone India site, the Rs. 819 prepaid recharge plan is currently available only in the Delhi circle and is limited to Vodafone customers. This means that it hasn't yet been provided for other circles and Idea Cellular subscribers.
The Rs. 819 Vodafone recharge plan also offers access to Vodafone Play and Zee5 services — alongside 2GB high-speed daily data, unlimited voice calls, and 100 SMS messages for 84 days. These benefits look similar to what you'll get on the Rs. 699 prepaid plan, though it is presently offering 4GB high-speed data access, thanks to the Double Data offer.
Vodafone India site has listed the Rs. 819 prepaid recharge plan
However, as noticed by telecom-focussed blog OnlyTech, a listing specifically on Vodafone India's online mobile recharge microsite suggests that the Rs. 819 plan comes bundled with a one-year extended warranty. There are no further details around whether the extended warranty is given to the user for the phone they're using — something similar to the operator's Red Shield offering that debuted back in 2018 for postpaid customers.