Vodafone launches ‘Campus Pack’ for students in JK
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Oct 13: Vodafone Essar, one of India’s leading cellular service providers, today announced ‘Bonus Card 105- Campus Pack’ customized for the students in J&K.
Bonus card 105 enables students to avail economical call rates along with internet data download which will help students stay in touch with their family and friends.
This bonus card will enable the customers to make all local Vodafone calls at 5 paisa per minute and all other local mobile calls at 40 paisa per minute.
All local landline calls would be charged at 50 paisa per minute. In addition to this, customers can make all STD calls at 50 paisa per minute.
The bonus card also comes with a talk time worth Rs 30 and 105 MB data download. It is valid for a period of 30 days from the date of activation. Priced at Rs. 105, Bonus Card 105- Campus Pack is available through E-top ups for students around college campuses as well as other leading retail outlets and Vodafone Stores across Jammu & Kashmir.
Subrat Padhi, Chief Operating Officer, Vodafone Essar Jammu and Kashmir, said, “Students in colleges are often struggling with limited budgets. We at Vodafone understand this constraint and have designed Campus Pack -Bonus Card 105, to offer them value for their money. This product will offer them economical call rates and greater flexibility as per their usage patterns.”
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