Vi (Vodafone Idea) revises Rs. 598, Rs. 749 Postpaid Family Plans

Vi (Vodafone Idea) has revised its entry plans for postpaid families by Rs. 50. The final change applies to Rs. 598 and Rs. 749 postpaid plans, both of which were introduced last year as part of the Red Together portfolio. Both plans are specifically designed for multiple users to share a single postpaid plan. While the Rs. 598 Vi postpaid plan was designed for two connections, the Rs. 749 plan was aimed at three connections. The update will be displayed on the My Vi website.

After this official listing, initially discovered from OnlyTech, the Rs. 598 postpaid from Vi (Vodafone Idea) has been revised to Rs. 649. The Rs. 749 plan, on the other hand, has been migrated to Rs. 799.

The new update does not bring any changes to the benefits that are bundled with the postpaid family plans. This means that the updated Rs. The 649 plan continues to offer a total high-speed data allocation of 80 GB, including 50 GB for the primary connection and the remaining 30 GB for the secondary connection. In contrast, the revised Rs are. The 799 postpaid plan will come with 120GB of high-speed data quota that includes 60GB for the primary connection and 30GB for the two secondary connections.

Vi offers a data rollover of 200GB for the primary connection and 50GB for the secondary connections in the entry-level postpaid family plans. There are also unlimited voice calling benefits, 100 SMS messages per month for each user. Additionally, the plans call for a one-year membership to Amazon Prime and Zee5 Premium – valued at Rs. 999 each – for the primary connection. Secondary connections also get access to Vi Movies & TV for one year.

The Rs. 649 and Rs. 799 postpaid plans were started at Rs. 598 and Rs. 749 in June 2019. In addition to the two entry-level plans, Vi brought Rs. 399, Rs. 899 and Rs. 999 plans as part of the Red Together portfolio.

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