Vodafone Idea Introduces New RED Postpaid Plans Starting at Rs 699

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Vodafone Idea has launched two new month-to-month postpaid plans in India. Named Red Max and Red Together M, the brand new plans are priced at Rs. 699 and Rs. 899, respectively, and brings one 12 months of bundled Amazon Prime and Vodafone Play subscriptions. While the previous is a person plan for a single connection, the latter is a part of the corporate’s household plans and, might be shared between as much as 4 relations.

Vodafone Red Max Plan

Priced at Rs. 699 per thirty days, Vodafone Red Max affords limitless knowledge and limitless voice calling, each native and lengthy distance. It is on the market as a digital-only plan, which suggests it may be solely subscribed on Vodafone.in. The firm has already detailed it in a round, as seen within the screenshot under. However, it was but to be listed on the precise website once we checked.

Do be aware that the plan is barely out there to retail prospects and never business customers. Vodafone says it can downgrade subscribers to the closest restricted RED postpaid plan in the event that they use it for business functions.

Vodafone Red Together M

The newest addition to Vodafone’s postpaid household plans, Red Together M affords connections for as much as 4 relations. The major connection can use as much as 70GB of high-speed knowledge, whereas the secondary connections can every use as much as 30GB. Overall, it affords a complete of 160GB high-speed month-to-month knowledge with limitless voice calling and 100 SMSes per day on all 4 connections. Additionally, it affords as much as 200GB knowledge rollover for major members and as much as 50GB for secondary members.

Do be aware that whereas the Vodafone Play subscription might be out there on all 4 connections, the Amazon Prime subscription will solely be out there on the first quantity. The plan is already listed on the Vodafone web site.

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