V (Vodafone Idea) has introduced two cheap combo plans, you will get many benefits

V (Vodafone Idea) has once again introduced a prepaid recharge plan of Rs 65. Recall that the company closed the scheme in December last year. The Vodafone Idea Rs 65 plan comes with 100 MB of data and many benefits including Rs 52 talk time. The validity of the scheme is 28 days. Apart from this, V i.e. Vodafone Idea has also introduced a new prepaid recharge plan of Rs 59, which gives customers the benefit of 30 minutes of local, national and roaming calling. The scheme is currently available in selected areas.

V (Vodafone Idea) Rs. 65, Rs. 59 Prepaid Recharge Plan Details

According to Altech, VA has re-launched its old Rs 65 combo plan. The plan is valid for 28 days and customers get Rs 52 and 100 MB data time. Recall that the company closed the scheme in December last year. With the re-launch of the old plan, the company has launched a new plan, priced at Rs 59. This scheme has also been launched under the combo scheme. Under this plan, customers receive 30 minutes of local, national and roaming voice calling with 28 minutes validation. According to the report, both these schemes are currently being launched only in Maharashtra and Goa circles.

Recall that the company has many other combo schemes besides these two, which bring different benefits. Their price starts from Rs 39 and goes up to Rs 95.

Recall that V (Vodafone Idea) has recently added a new postpaid family plan to its portfolio, in which you will get the benefit of unlimited data and voice calls which cost Rs 948. The new V postpaid family plan will be available for two connections at Rs 888. However, users can add up to 5 members to this family pack, for which they will have to pay an additional Rs 249 per new connection. The new Rs 9,948 plan is a modified version of the Rs 9,999 postpaid plan, which the company launched in July.

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