Vodafone get 9gb free with one gb data recharge

Vodafone get 9gb free with one gb data recharge

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Admin Edit

Link to check eligibility:
https://shop.vodafone.in/shop/Offers/HandsetOff...

Main T&C:
https://shop.vodafone.in/shop/Offers/Terms%20an...

Important to Remember:
1) You need to be on 1GB plan or above on Postpaid. For Prepaid, You need to recharge 1GB or above to avail offer.
2) As per @ephoenix and @hiteshparmar.007104 “the promotional 9GB data is usable only on 4G network and if the network falls back onto 3G or 2G in areas of no 4G coverage it will be charged at base tariff if no other 3G or 2G data balance is present in the user’s account.”
In that case one needs to select network as 4G or LTE only in the settings, so it wld either be 4G network or no network atleast from data usage perspective.

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In
the offer, Vodafone customer will also get free subscription to TV, Movies & Music on Vodafone Play.

The offer will be applicable on only those 4G smartphones which were not used on Vodafone network in the last 6 months or those newly bought. Also, customers in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata will get all day long 9GB of 4G data if the subscribers recharges with 1GB or above scheme.

Read: Reliance Jio 4G SIM card will soon be home-delivered: Report

However, the customers in Uttar Pradesh (West), Uttar Pradesh(East), Haryana, Karnataka, Gujarat, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra & Goa, Assam, North East states, Rajasthan will get 9GB of 3G data but only on 4G handset during limited time between 12 AM to 6 AM if the subscriber recharges with 1GB or above plan.

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How to get this deal

  1. Click here to go to Vodafone India .
  2. Recharge for 1GB Data
  3. Get 9GB Data free
  4. Valid for new 4G Handsets
  5. Data validity will be for 3 nonths

Link to check eligibility:

https://shop.vodafone.in/shop/Offers/HandsetOff...

Main T&C:

https://shop.vodafone.in/shop/Offers/Terms%20an...

Important to Remember:
1) You need to be on 1GB plan or above on Postpaid. For Prepaid, You need to recharge 1GB or above to avail offer.
2) Free 9GB*** of 2G/3G/4G data if the
subscriber recharges with a 1GB or
above Pack** (for Prepaid) or is on a
Postpaid plan of 1GB and above

In
the offer, Vodafone customer will also get free subscription to TV, Movies & Music on Vodafone Play.

The offer will be applicable on only those 4G smartphones which were not used on Vodafone network in the last 6 months or those newly bought.

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Details pls with link.

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@thrifty_indian wrote:

Details pls with link.


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VunS + KG…The offer is there in TOI newspaper too.

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@hiteshparmar.007104 wrote:

VunS + KG…The offer is there in TOI newspaper too.

I mean there is a full page advertisement

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@hiteshparmar.007104 wrote:

@hiteshparmar.007104 wrote:

VunS + KG…The offer is there in TOI newspaper too.

I mean there is a full page advertisement


The Vodafone data offer for Lenovo Z2 Plus is the very same one I guess. I thought it was an exclusive offer.

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@thrifty_indian wrote:


@SmallKing wrote:


@thrifty_indian wrote:

Details pls with link.


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Feku site

Its all over the news

But dont like the offer much…
Too many conditions

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@thrifty_indian wrote:

@SmallKing wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

Details pls with link.


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Feku site


Really? I thought their analyses of operator-specific spectrum allocation was pretty exhaustive. Although they do seem to deal in rumours (but not implausible ones) somewhat Which site in your opinion is a more trustworthy one?

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@hiteshparmar.007104 wrote:

@hiteshparmar.007104 wrote:

VunS + KG…The offer is there in TOI newspaper too.

I mean there is a full page advertisement


The Vodafone data offer for Lenovo Z2 Plus is the very same one I guess. I thought it was an exclusive offer.
Well, that one was exclusive on that day.. Later Vodafone has come up with same offer for all now.I saw the advertisement today in TOI for everyone.

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The offer is best for new Voda users in Delhi, Kolkatta and Mumbai circles as they get unconditional 9 GB data…For other circles wherever applicable, it is 9 GB from 00.00 am till 6.00 am

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@abcwevr762 wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

@SmallKing wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

Details pls with link.


Telecomtalk.info. https://cdn3.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_lol.gif


Feku site


Really? I thought their analyses of operator-specific spectrum allocation was pretty exhaustive. Although they do seem to deal in rumours(but not implausible ones) somewhat Which site in your opinion is a more trustworthy one?

You answered yourself. ‘Feku’

Don’t have time to follow site.

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@abcwevr762 wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

@SmallKing wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

Details pls with link.


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Feku site


Really? I thought their analyses of operator-specific spectrum allocation was pretty exhaustive. Although they do seem to deal in rumours (but not implausible ones) somewhat Which site in your opinion is a more trustworthy one?

I am following this site from 2012 .. I am Hard core fan of this site… Specially Users are first to get all info from this site

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This seems to be a good one

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the promotional 9GB data is usable only on 4G network and if the network falls back onto 3G or 2G in areas of no 4G coverage it will be charged at base tariff if no other 3G or 2G data balance is present in the user’s account.

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@ephoenix wrote:

the promotional 9GB data is usable only on 4G network and if the network falls back onto 3G or 2G in areas of no 4G coverage it will be charged at base tariff if no other 3G or 2G data balance is present in the user’s account.

In that case one needs to select network as 4G or LTE only in the settings, so it wld either be 4G network or no network atleast from data usage perspective.

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@hiteshparmar.007104 wrote:

@ephoenix wrote:

the promotional 9GB data is usable only on 4G network and if the network falls back onto 3G or 2G in areas of no 4G coverage it will be charged at base tariff if no other 3G or 2G data balance is present in the user’s account.

In that case one needs to select network as 4G or LTE only in the settings, so it wld either be 4G network or no network atleast from data usage perspective.


you are right but that’s the fine print and hence most people would end up losing main balance coz of this marketing strategy.

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@thrifty_indian wrote:

@abcwevr762 wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

@SmallKing wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

Details pls with link.


Telecomtalk.info. https://cdn3.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_lol.gif


Feku site


Really? I thought their analyses of operator-specific spectrum allocation was pretty exhaustive. Although they do seem to deal in rumours(but not implausible ones) somewhat Which site in your opinion is a more trustworthy one?

You answered yourself. ‘Feku’

Don’t have time to follow site.


Atleast answer that make some sense. That’s the best site for telecom news. It seems like you’re out of your mind!

90% of Indian sites are clickbait, atleast they cover good news too.

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I tried Vodafone site and got the following msg. I am from Delhi& using RN3
What to do now????
We’re so sorry! You can’t get the free 9GB data offer at present. This may be because of one of the following reasons.You aren’t a Vodafone customerWe don’t have an offer for your location at present. But do come back and check again!You don’t have an eligible 4G handset. Would you like to check out some special offers on 4G phones now? Click hereYou’ve already used this offer on your mobile number or on the same handset.

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Already getting 10 gb 3g @665 on aircel, 10 gb 3g @359 on reliance https://cdn3.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_wink.gif

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Too many terms & conditions
If move out of 4g network charges Will apply on 2g & 3g network

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@krishsag1 wrote:

I tried Vodafone site and got the following msg. I am from Delhi& using RN3
What to do now????
We’re so sorry! You can’t get the free 9GB data offer at present. This may be because of one of the following reasons.You aren’t a Vodafone customerWe don’t have an offer for your location at present. But do come back and check again!You don’t have an eligible 4G handset. Would you like to check out some special offers on 4G phones now? Click hereYou’ve already used this offer on your mobile number or on the same handset.


From Telecomtalk.info “The offer is valid for new 4G smartphones which have not been registered or used on the Vodafone network in the past 6 months.” I guess you might have accessed Vodafone data network from your device earlier. If thats not the case do contact CC.

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@AngryHulk wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

@abcwevr762 wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

@SmallKing wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

Details pls with link.


Telecomtalk.info. https://cdn3.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_lol.gif


Feku site


Really? I thought their analyses of operator-specific spectrum allocation was pretty exhaustive. Although they do seem to deal in rumours(but not implausible ones) somewhat Which site in your opinion is a more trustworthy one?

You answered yourself. ‘Feku’

Don’t have time to follow site.


Atleast answer that make some sense. That’s the best site for telecom news. It seems like you’re out of your mind!

90% of Indian sites are clickbait, atleast they cover good news too.


Sites that sell mostly truth and sneak in some rumors are the worst kind. People tend to fall for them more easily. And it’s my opinion, you can have your own.

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@Krishabh Agrawal wrote:

Already getting 10 gb 3g @665 on aircel, 10 gb 3g @359 on reliance https://cdn3.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_wink.gif


Yeas, BSNL,Aircel and some others have already slashed the rates only the AVOID group playing coy. It’s just a matter of time till they bend.

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@abcwevr762 wrote:


@krishsag1 wrote:

I tried Vodafone site and got the following msg. I am from Delhi& using RN3
What to do now????
We’re so sorry! You can’t get the free 9GB data offer at present. This may be because of one of the following reasons.You aren’t a Vodafone customerWe don’t have an offer for your location at present. But do come back and check again!You don’t have an eligible 4G handset. Would you like to check out some special offers on 4G phones now? Click hereYou’ve already used this offer on your mobile number or on the same handset.


From Telecomtalk.info “The offer is valid for new 4G smartphones which have not been registered or used on the Vodafone network in the past 6 months.” I guess you might have accessed Vodafone data network from your device earlier. If thats not the case do contact CC.

I got this phone 10 days back. I called customer care and they asked me to ignore the offer. They said that the offer is not live yet.

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@thrifty_indian wrote:

@AngryHulk wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

@abcwevr762 wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

@SmallKing wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

Details pls with link.


Telecomtalk.info. https://cdn3.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_lol.gif


Feku site


Really? I thought their analyses of operator-specific spectrum allocation was pretty exhaustive. Although they do seem to deal in rumours(but not implausible ones) somewhat Which site in your opinion is a more trustworthy one?

You answered yourself. ‘Feku’

Don’t have time to follow site.


Atleast answer that make some sense. That’s the best site for telecom news. It seems like you’re out of your mind!

90% of Indian sites are clickbait, atleast they cover good news too.


Sites that sell mostly truth and sneak in some rumors are the worst kind. People tend to fall for them more easily. And it’s my opinion, you can have your own.


Than what sites you visit which are not ‘feku’ according to you? Few examples?

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@AngryHulk wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

@AngryHulk wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

@abcwevr762 wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

@SmallKing wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

Details pls with link.


Telecomtalk.info. https://cdn3.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_lol.gif


Feku site


Really? I thought their analyses of operator-specific spectrum allocation was pretty exhaustive. Although they do seem to deal in rumours(but not implausible ones) somewhat Which site in your opinion is a more trustworthy one?

You answered yourself. ‘Feku’

Don’t have time to follow site.


Atleast answer that make some sense. That’s the best site for telecom news. It seems like you’re out of your mind!

90% of Indian sites are clickbait, atleast they cover good news too.


Sites that sell mostly truth and sneak in some rumors are the worst kind. People tend to fall for them more easily. And it’s my opinion, you can have your own.


Than what sites you visit which are not ‘feku’ according to you? Few examples?


arstechnica.com

Indian Sites – I avoid them like Hindi news channels https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_rolleyes.gif

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I found this sponsored content on one of the newspaper ….. https://cdn3.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_lol.gif https://cdn1.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_biggrin.gif

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[email protected] ":http://www.desidime.com/users/...34 wrote:

@AngryHulk wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

@AngryHulk wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

@abcwevr762 wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

@SmallKing wrote:

@thrifty_indian wrote:

Details pls with link.


Telecomtalk.info. https://cdn3.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_lol.gif


Feku site


Really? I thought their analyses of operator-specific spectrum allocation was pretty exhaustive. Although they do seem to deal in rumours(but not implausible ones) somewhat Which site in your opinion is a more trustworthy one?

You answered yourself. ‘Feku’

Don’t have time to follow site.


Atleast answer that make some sense. That’s the best site for telecom news. It seems like you’re out of your mind!

90% of Indian sites are clickbait, atleast they cover good news too.


Sites that sell mostly truth and sneak in some rumors are the worst kind. People tend to fall for them more easily. And it’s my opinion, you can have your own.


Than what sites you visit which are not ‘feku’ according to you? Few examples?


arstechnica.com

Indian Sites – I avoid them like Hindi news channels https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_rolleyes.gif


Anandtech is way,way better. And until last year they were independently run. Their Apple bias is much less. Plus founded by a person of Indian-origin. No other website devoted to tech matches the level of detail except for Techreport but their coverage is much more limited.

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