Coming to what these top ups offer- the Rs 50 top-up recharge plan offers a talk time of Rs 39.37 with an outgoing validity of 28 days. This comes with a carry forward facility meaning if your unused balance will be carried forward after making the next recharge.Next is the Rs 100 top-up recharge that offers a full talk time of Rs 100 with a validity period of 28 days from the date of recharging.
Airtel recently Rs 100 and Rs 500 top up recharges and now its rival company Vodafone has come up with three top plans priced at Rs 50, Rs 100 and Rs 500 respectively to woo its customers.
Next is the Rs 100 top-up recharge that offers a full talk time of Rs 100 with a validity period of 28 days from the date of recharging. The Rs 500 top-up offers Rs 500 talk time for a validity of 84 days. According to a BGR report, the outgoing validity of these top-up recharge plans is same as your current plan's validity depending on whichever is the highest.
Vodafone separately also has a three more top-up plans- Rs 10 top-up offering talk time of Rs 7.47, Rs 1,000 that offers full Rs 1,000 talk time, and Rs 5,000, that too offers full Rs 5,000 talk time.
Here are the other Vodafone plans that have launched recently.
Vodafone Rs 169 unlimited plan: The company offers unlimited local and national calling along with free roaming, 1GB 3G/4G data daily, and 100SMSs a day for a validity of 28 days from the date of recharge under this recharge plan.
Vodafone Rs 396 unlimited plan: This recharge will get you unlimited voice calling along with 1.4GB data per day, 100 SMS per day and free Vodafone Play application access for 69 days of validity.
Vodafone RS 24 minimum recharge plan: Vodafone's Rs 24 minimum recharge plan will get offer you a validity extension of 28 days for your account. The minimum recharge plans are to be bought on every 28 days and are mandatory to avoid SIM deactivation. These plans extend the validity of the account.