Vi rolls out Rs 351 prepaid plan, offers 100GB data

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NEW DELHI: Telecom operator Vodafone Idea, now called Vi, has launched a new Rs 351 plan for its prepaid users. The new prepaid plan offers only data benefits and the service provider says that it is targeted at students, work from home professionals, cricket lovers, and gaming enthusiasts.
Under Rs 351 plan, the Vi subscribers will get 100GB of 4G data with no FUP limit. The plan comes with 56 days validity. The new plan offers only data and users will not get any free calls or SMSes under it.
“It is our constant endeavor to create relevant propositions to address the needs of the digital consumers in the current times. Post Covid the world has seen online activity increase by leaps and bounds – from video calls to online school to binge watching shows/videos everything is online. And now with the CRICKET season kicking in we don’t want our customers to miss out on any action. With 100 GB of data @ just Rs 351 for 56 days – with NO DAILY LIMITS on data – we are confident that Vi customers can binge watch without having to worry about their quotas being exhausted”, said the company in a statement.
Recently, Vodafone Idea rolled out two new prepaid plans. Both Rs 109 and Rs 169 prepaid plans come with 20 days validity and offer unlimited calling facilities. Under Rs 109 prepaid plan, Vodafone Idea offers unlimited local and national calling facility and a total of 1GB data. The plan comes with 20 days validity and gives 300 SMSes free.
On the other hand, the Rs 169 plan from Vodafone Idea offers unlimited national and local calling with 1GB data per day. Users will also get 100 SMSes per day.

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