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4:05 pm - Friday April 18, 2014

Call at 1/2 Paisa per second with Vodafone

Bhopal : Vodafone India, one of India’s leading telecommunications service providers today announced the launch of special “First Recharge” offering HALF PAISA calls to any mobile phone in Madhya Pradhesh and Chattisgrh. This unique recharge comes with bundle of benefits for all new Vodafone prepaid customers. This first recharge of Rs. 21 enables all new subscribers to enjoy a reduced call rate at 1 paisa/2 Seconds for all local mobile calls valid upto a period of 60 days with a talk time of Rs. 15. Subscribers will also enjoy 50 MB data download and 200 local Vodafone SMS for a period of 15 days, valid from the date of activation. Existing Vodafone customers can also enjoy reduced call rates of 1 paisa/2 Seconds with a recharge of Rs. 28 and Rs. 64 for a period of 30 days and 90 days respectively.
On the launch of the offer, Mr. Jayesh Gadia, Chief Operating Officer, Vodafone India-Madhya Pradhesh and Chattisgarh, says “First Recharge is a strong value proposition for our customers. With such offers we welcome new customers into our fold and also strengthen our existing customer base. We expect this offer to be well received by the customers since it will be easy on their pockets”
Vodafone customers may avail this offer through any Vodafone Store, Mini store and retailers spread across Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh.

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