Vodafone India launches new pack, offering unlimited data, calling plan across UK and Europe
India’s second largest telecom service provider Vodafone has launched its first-time-ever, worry free, unlimited International Roaming proposition for travelers to Europe and UK at Rs. 180 per day.
International travelers can now easily activate a pack and use their number overseas from the UK and other popular travel destinations of Europe like Germany, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Portugal, Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary, Malta, and Albania.
Avneesh Khosla, Associate Director – Consumer Business, Vodafone India, said, “We launched our flagship unlimited international roaming proposition for the USA, Singapore, and UAE in April, and are now very excited to extend it to these additional destinations. Europe, USA, UAE, Singapore, and Malaysia comprise more than 50 percent of our total roamers and international traffic. With calls and data becoming completely free in these countries, we are eliminating the hassle of carrying local SIM cards or looking out for public Wi-Fi during overseas travel.”
Khosla added, “Customers can freely upload photos & videos, look up places on maps, check emails and stay connected back home using their Vodafone number without worrying about high international roaming bills They can remain confidently connected on their existing Vodafone number when they travel and be assured the best of voice and data services.”
The company also said apart from Europe, travelers can also use unlimited calling and data in the US, the UAE, Singapore, and Malaysia with the same pack, taking the total tally of “unlimited” countries to 18.
The pack is available at multiple affordable price points ranging from Rs. 5000 to 28 days (which is effectively Rs. 180 per day) to Rs. 500 for every 24 Hours usage.
Vodafone has recently added new countries like Japan, Qatar, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Egypt and more to this pack. In all these countries, subscribers can receive incoming calls for free, make any call for Re. 1/min and browse data at Re. 1/MB only, the company further said.
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