Articles Posted in the " Vodafone " Category



  • Vodafone cuts 3G data rates, No additional charges for roaming data usage

    Vodafone cuts 3G data rates, No additional charges for roaming data usage

    After Bharti, Idea cellular & RCOM, now Vodafone too has joined the bandwagon by slashing the 3G data rates drastically. The company has also introduced many new 3G data plans and removed any additional charges being levied so far on the data usage in roaming .

    Now the data plans start from Rs.25 for 25 MB and go upto Rs.1599 for 12 GB of data usage. For any usage beyond the free data ,the customers will now be charged 2p/ 10 KB. Similarly , the Pay As You Go (PAYG) rates for prepaid customers too has been reduced to 2p/10 KB from erstwhile 10p/10KB. This is the 80% cut in the 3G data rates and Vodafone claims it to be the lowest in the market. However , the customers in Delhi NCR & Mumbai may get the rates even lower than that from MTNL which charges 1p/12 KB.





  • Vodafone launches relocation service for postpaid customers

    Vodafone launches relocation service for postpaid customers

    If you are relocating from one state to another in India , the one thing you won’t have to bother much about is getting new mobile connection, given you have Vodafone postpaid connection.
    Vodafone has today launched relocation service for its postpaid mobile customers by which customers relocating from one circle to another will get new number without any need to make visits to customer care centre. All a customer need to do is make a request for the same at her current location. Once the request is placed in CRM system executives at new location will collect the documents and allocate new number.





  • Vodafone launches Worldspace radio for its mobile customers

    Vodafone launches Worldspace radio for its mobile customers

    Vodafone India has launched WorldSpace Radio across 18 circles in India for its mobile customers. With this ,Vodafone customers can now listen to more than 100000 songs across 10 channels, using their mobile handset.

    Worldspace Radio service on Vodafone is live in Uttar Pradesh East & West, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Mumbai, Bihar, Kerala, Rest of Bengal, Assam, North East, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Orissa, Delhi, Chennai and Rest of Tamil Nadu.





  • Vodafone sponsors Bridgestone World Series Hockey

    Vodafone sponsors Bridgestone World Series Hockey

    Vodafone will sponsor Bridgestone “World Series Hockey” – a joint initiative between the Indian Hockey Federation (“IHF”) and Nimbus Sport. The Bridgestone World Series Hockey has been formed with the objective of revitalization of Hockey sport in India and making hockey the “sport of choice” for young Indians.



  • Vodafone ‘Happy to Help’ BlackBerry users through free Service Camps

    Vodafone ‘Happy to Help’ BlackBerry users through free Service Camps

    Vodafone Essar is extending its ‘Happy to Help’ campaign with its special customer care initiatives. This time Vodafone Essar has announced its association with Research In Motion (RIM), the maker’s of BlackBerry to help BlackBerry Smartphone users. The association has organized service camps at select Vodafone Stores in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh for BlackBerry users.











  • Vodafone’s mobile banking service M-Paisa service to spur financial inclusion

    Vodafone’s mobile banking service M-Paisa service to spur financial inclusion

    Vodafone and HDFC bank have together launched a mobile banking service, M-paisa with an objective to deliver banking services to unbanked population, majority of which lives in hinterland. It’s now an established fact that the banks can’t provide banking services through their own branches in hinterlands as it is financially unviable. The all pervasive mobile phones comes as an alternative delivery vehicle through which people can perform basic transactions securely. This creates a win-win situation for all participants banks,mobile service providers and consumer. Banks get business without incurring much cost, telecom operators earn some revenue and unbanked consumers get access to banking facility in their vicinity 24X7 and without visiting to any branch