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Vodafone Mobile Recharge Plans in Delhi
Best mobile operators in Delhi are: Airtel, MTNL, Jio Reliance, Vodafone, Idea.

Most popular Vodafone recharge types in Delhi are: 2G Data, 3G Data, 4G Data, FRC, Full Talktime, ISD, Local, Night, Other, Plan, Roaming, SMS, STD, Top up, Validity.
What is the recharge plan of Vodafone?
    Vodafone now offers only two plans under the combo vouchers- one at Rs 49 and the other at Rs 79. The Rs 49 combo voucher gives a talk time of Rs 38, 100 MB data, 2.5 paise per second tariff with 28 days validity while the Rs 79 voucher offers Rs 64 talk time, 200MB data, 1 paise per second tariff with 28 days validity.

    Next is the unlimited packs for 28 days. Vodafone previously offered ten plans under the unlimited packs for 28 days but now the number of plans has reduced. The company now offers only four plans- Rs 149, Rs 249, Rs 299 and Rs 399. The Rs 149 plan offers unlimited voice calls, 2 GB data and 300 SMS. Second is the Rs 249 plan that offers unlimited voice calls, 1.5 GB per day of data, and 100 SMS a day. Next is the Rs 299 plan that offers unlimited voice calls, 2 GB per day of data, and 100 SMS a day. Last but not the least you have Rs 399 plan that offers unlimited voice calls, 3 GB per day of data and 100 SMS a day. There is a FUP limit of 1000 minutes on all unlimited calling from Vodafone to other network.

    Vodafone next has unlimited packs for 84 days wherein the company has set the FUP limit of 3000 minutes for calls from Vodafone to other networks. You get three plans under this- Rs 379, Rs 599 and Rs 699 with benefits of unlimited calling and 6GB, 1.5GB and 2GB data respectively.

    There is also a Vodafone unlimited annual pack that comes with a validity of 365 days. The plans cost Rs 1499 and Rs 2399. The Rs 1499 plan offers unlimited voice calls with FUP of 12000 minutes for calls to other networks, 24 GB data, and 3600 SMS for a validity period of 365 days. Second is the Rs 2399 plan that offers unlimited voice with FUP of 12000 minutes, 1.5 GB data a day, and 100 SMS per day for 365 days.

    What is Vodafone 35 RS recharge?
    Indian telecom industry titans Vodafone and Airtel have recently decided to tone down the number of customers who use minimal recharge packs monthly to just enjoy incoming calls without using the sim for outgoing calls. Because of this, almost 200 million 2G sim cards across India are going to get disconnected soon. Vodafone has taken such drastic measures to get rid of users who recharge with less than Rs 35 per month.

    Vodafone proclaimed that they had to endure losses due to inactive customers, so they decided to get rid of those customers and they also announced that their new decision would not dent their economy. Vodafone customers across India have been receiving messages about the newly revised policy of company which states that the user has to recharge with minimum amount plan (in this case RS 35 plan) or with any of the unlimited plan recharge in order to continue using Vodafone services.
    How can I know my best offer in Vodafone?
    Every telecom network company provides the unique best offer check code or you can Download Vodafone App to know the information about the latest best offer. Vodafone Number Best Offer Check Code - *121#. Vodafone number best offer check codes help to find the latest best offer on your Vodafone number.
    What is the minimum recharge amount for Vodafone?
    Vodafone Idea is reportedly reducing the minimum recharge amount per user, which is mandatorily required to keep the SIM card alive. According to reports across the internet, the minimum recharge amount is being reduced from Rs 35 to Rs 20, as the operator continues to try and consolidate its market position, despite a rapidly decreasing user base. The minimum recharge amount for prepaid users was introduced by Vodafone Idea in order to increase its average revenue per user (ARPU), in hopes of maintaining its overall revenue and potentially reducing prices.

    Interestingly, the Rs 20 minimum recharge will offer users validity of 28 days, while the previous minimum amount of Rs 35 offered users a 30-day validity period. Even with the slightly reduced validity period, Vodafone Idea's new recharge amount will lead to significantly lesser overall expenses on an annual basis. The move is slightly confusing, as until now, Vodafone Idea has been emphasising on maintaining its minimum recharge amount for users in order to reduce the load of low revenue yielding users, who in turn were believed to be reducing the network's gross revenue margins.