Vodafone Idea is giving free 2GB data every month, just have to do this work

The country’s leading telecom company Vodafone Idea has introduced Data Delight offer for its Hero Unlimited data recharge plan. Due to this offer Vodafone Idea users can get 2GB extra data every month which can be given over and above the daily data limit at no extra cost. However, this offer is not automatically activated. Vodafone Idea users will have to dial 121249 from their mobile number or activate this offer through Vi app. Hero Unlimited plans weekend data rollover and daily unlimited night time data are also offered.

Vodafone Idea Unlimited Hero plan starts at Rs 299. Apart from this, higher daily data limit is available in Rs 359, Rs 409 and Rs 475 data recharge plans. It was reported earlier that the data Delight In the offer, 2GB data is given every month over and above the daily data limit. Apart from this, Binge All Night benefits are also given in the Unlimited Hero plan, in which customers are given unlimited high speed data between 12 pm and 6 am. Apart from this, Weekend Data Rollover is also given, which can be used for remaining data on weekends i.e. Saturday or Sunday during other days.

Apart from this, the telecom company has also recently introduced an add-on pack of Rs 82 which gives prepaid users access to SonyLIV premium mobile-only subscription for 28 days. This membership allows Vi users to stream multiple games such as the UEFA Champions League, Bundesliga and UFC. Many international and original shows are also present on this OTT platform. This add on pack also offers 4GB high-speed data with a validity of 14 days.

Last month, telecom company Vodafone Idea also announced prepaid recharge plans of Rs 98, Rs 195 and Rs 319, whose validity is up to 31 days. In these plans, other features including daily data limit up to 2GB and unlimited voice calling are given.<!–


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