Telecom large Vodafone on Thursday revised its i-Roam FREE international roaming plan charges for postpaid subscribers. The new charges have come days after the corporate introduced reductions on its international roaming plans for a Visa Travel Prepaid card clients. It had introduced a reduction price Rs 500 on the 10-day Vodafone iRoam FREE plan and Rs. 750 low cost on the 30-day plan utilizing a Visa Travel Prepaid card.
Now, as per new revised charges for postpaid clients, the i-Roam FREE international roaming plans of Rs. 500, Rs. 2,500, Rs. 3,500, and Rs. 5,500 will now be accessible at Rs. 599, Rs. 2,999, Rs. 3,999, and Rs. 5,999 respectively. The changed charges are seen on the MyVodafone App.
WHAT ARE THESE PLANS
Under the brand new Rs 599 i-Roam FREE international plan, a subscriber will get 50 minutes of outgoing calling and free incoming for a day. The plan is legitimate solely for 24 hours, whereas the Rs,2999 plan provides subscribers 200 minutes for outgoing calls together with free incoming and a 25 textual content messages with 2GB information. The plan is legitimate for 7 days. The Rs 3,999 plan is legitimate for 10 days and provides 300 minutes of outgoing calls and free incoming. The Rs. 5,999 plan provides 28 days of validity and offers 500 minutes of outgoing calls, free incoming calls, 100 SMS messages, and 5GB of knowledge.
For choose international locations, Vodafone has launched a brand new plan, calling it “home-like rates”. Under this scheme subscriber visiting 44 international locations together with US, UAE can avail limitless advantages, together with limitless information and voice calls.
Reliance Jio provides international roaming with outgoing calls, information and SMS messages at Rs 575 for 24 hours, whereas the 7-day free roaming plan prices Rs 2,875. The Rs 5751 plan provides 30 days of free international roaming with limitless incoming and outgoing calls.
The main distinction between Vodafone’s and Reliance Jio’s international roaming plan just isn’t the fee, although Jio is cheaper, it’s outgoing calls. Vodafone has capped the outgoing calls in all its plans whereas Jio provides limitless outgoing calls.