After launching the Ramadan 786 plan, telecom giant Vodafone on Monday announced a new SuperNight recharge pack for all existing prepaid customers at a price of Rs 29. The SuperNight recharge will basically provide unlimited internet access between 1 AM to 6 AM without any FUP limit at Rs. 29.
The Plan offers unlimited internet access for 5 hours at Rs. 29 which roughly comes out to be Rs. 6 per hour. Comparing with Reliance Jio, it offers 1 GB data per day for 28 days at Rs. 309 which is around Rs. 10 per day. The SuperNight recharge can be purchased and activated anytime during the day, but subscribers will be able to benefit from it only between 1 AM and 6 AM. Vodafone in context to the plan said, “Customers can make every night a SuperNight with unlimited repeat purchase of the Vodafone SuperNight and enjoy data at just Rs 6/hour”.
“These SuperNight packs will enable them to download as much data as they want for five hours at a fixed, nominal price. It will help our customers to enjoy the SuperNetTM experience in a worry free manner, while remaining confidently connected on our best network ever,”
– Sandeep Kataria, Chief Commercial officer, Vodafone India.
The plan is already available for Vodafone prepaid customers and can be purchased through online channels and offline retail outlets as well. As mentioned earlier, previous to this Vodafone announced the Rs 786 plan in select circles. The Vodafone Ramzan 786 Plan came bundled with 256 GB of data with unlimited calling and unlimited national roaming at Rs. 786.
Meanwhile, Reliance Jio is still at the top of table above its competitors in every aspect possible. Recently it was reported that Jio has topped the 4G download speeds in the month of April. Vodafone stood 3rd in list which was then followed by Airtel.