Friday, May 3, 2013

Understanding Vodafone 'All in One plan' for Samsung Galaxy S4

The plan is valid for both Postpaid as well as Prepaid customers with more or less similar benefits.

Samsung's flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4 has now been made available for buyers in India at an exciting price point. But along with that Samsung has tied up with Vodafone to offer a special "All in on" tariff plan for the customers of Galaxy S4.
The plan comprises of a year-long commitment for users and comes with a host of benefits including Rs 12,000 worth of savings during the first year. Although it is beneficial for the users but for many it also is confusing at the same time, so here is how Vodafone customers can benefit from the special Samsung Galaxy S4 "All in One" plan.
All in One plan
First and foremost thing to do after purchasing the Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone is to insert your existing Vodafone SIM on the handset. Users will automatically get an SMS within 24 hours informing them about the "All in One" plan.
The plan is valid for both the prepaid as well as postpaid users. Others can also opt for mobile number portability to take the benefits of this scheme. To know how to transfer your carrier using MNP read here.
For postpaid users, the plan offers more than Rs 1000 in savings. Users will be offered the plan for a monthly rental of Rs 1199 plus taxes in which they will be eligible for 3000 minutes of local as well as national calling, 3 GB 3G Internet, 750 SMS local+ national and Missed Call Information service. It offers unlimited Internet access but after 3 GB speed will be reduced to 64 Kbps.
For prepaid users, Vodafone is offering the plan for 15 and 30 days over recharge of Rs 345 and Rs 678 respectively. For Rs 345 recharge, users will get 500 local and STD minutes, 512 MB 3G data and 250 local and national SMS valid for 15 days. For Rs 678 recharge, users will get 1000 local and STD minutes, 1 GB 3G data and 500 local and national SMS valid for 30 days. However, here also users will get unlimited Internet access after 1 GB/512 MB allowance while speed will be reduced to 64 Kbps.

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