- Vodafone RedX has increased its premium postpaid plan by a hundred rupees.
- The benefits of the plan remain the same with a change in the commercial usage policy.
Vodafone has increased its RedX postpaid plan to Rs 1099 which initially cost its users Rs 999.
The telco has retained the benefits of the package that were offered to its RedX plan, Telecom Talk reported. These benefits included annual subscription to entertainment apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Zee 5, and Vodafone Play.
The RedX plan brings with it unlimited calling and unlimited data. It also provides its user national roaming and 100 SMS. Where additional benefits are concerned, it gives its users the benefits to annual subscription entertainment apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Zee 5, and Vodafone Play.
If the user travels considerably, he can recharge his RedX plan with an annual iRoam pack worth Rs 2999 at no additional cost.
Vodafone RedX offers special ISD rates to 14 countries. The calls made to the US and Canada will be at Rs 0.50 per minute while the calls to the UK are charged at Rs 3 per minute.
Vodafone also gives access to four airport lounges which includes one international lounge within or outside India. Vodafone also gives 10 per cent off on tickets booked through Tiqets through museums or attractions all over the world.
It is also giving its users 10 per cent off on hotel bookings done through Hotel.com.
There continues to be an exit fee of Rs 3000 for postpaid users opting to exit the RedX plan in the first six months.
Vodafone also tweaked its criteria for commercial users. To be a commercial user, the Vodafone RedX subscriber must have an incoming call duration of fewer than 15 minutes in a week. The company also said that subscribers with a cumulative outgoing call duration of over 300 minutes per day will be termed as commercial users. Subscribers with data usage of over 150GB with less than 50 minutes of voice usage will also be classified as commercial users.
For the non-commercial users, Vodafone will downrank them to the nearest data retail plan
"Vodafone Idea will reserve its right to identify such subscribers and withdraw the current unlimited data plan of all such 'Commercial/non-retail Data User' and assign nearest (lower rental) limited data retail plan available in the market without giving any prior notice," the company noted.