Vodafone launched new plans for students

Vodafone is trying its best to be at par with Reliance Jio. The majority of mobile users are youth. In order to achieve this, Vodafone has launched a new plan for students.

This plan is called Campus Survival Kit. It will offer 1GB/day besides offering unlimited calling. The plan will be valid for 84days.

There’s a slight twist in the plan. For the first recharge, you will get the given validity and from the second (and so on) recharges you will get 35days validity.

Vodafone said,”Vodafone Campus Survival Kit offers unlimited calling and 1GB daily data packs to the students. Each kit also contains a booklet of deals including recharge vouchers, discount coupons from Ola, Zomato and various brands, plus a series of value for money life hacks.”

Alok Verma, Business Head Vodafone Delhi-NCR said,”The beginning of college life opens a world of opportunities and experience for youngsters. While they want to use their new found freedom to explore these opportunities, their tight pocket allowance proves challenging.”

He also said,”To overcome this challenge, they are always looking for hacks and shortcuts to be resourceful and live life to the fullest. The Campus Survival Kit is an initiative to equip them with the great telco and nontelco deals and innovative value creating hacks to help them sail through their college life without compromising.”

Earlier: Gurgaon’s first Wi-Fi enabled bus stop launched by Vodafone

18th July 2017, Gurgaon witnessed its first Wi-Fi enabled bus stop. You can find it at HUDA City Centre bus stop. A customer is entitled to 20 minutes of Wi-Fi on a daily basis.

HUDA City City bus stop is quite a hot spot for a Wi-Fi hotspot. It receives a huge number of daily commuters or frequent commuters on a daily basis.

Vodafone will be setting up more such centers at different bus stops across Gurgaon in the days to come. It is already there is Delhi-NCR at various markets, malls, public places, colleges, hospitals, etc. Some of these places include Dilli Haat, Khan Market, Fortis Hospital and all Vodafone stores across Delhi.

This plan looks like a great plan as there is a good deal of data available for you daily. Also, looking at the poor network connection of Reliance Jio, switching to Vodafone would be quite a pricey yet useful option.

Are you a Vodafone customer? Are you a student and plan to shift to Vodafone? Tell us in the comments below.

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