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Jio effect: Telecom companies lower their call and data rates

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Amid aggressive competition in the telecom industry triggered by Reliance Jio’s attractive offers on unlimited calling and data usage, other companies are also offering exclusive pack to their customers. Recently, Vodafone India has announced a special tariff pack to its select student customers, offering discounted tariffs and goodies including a booklet of “Value for Money hacks”.

Vodafone’s special offering, called Vodafone Campus Survival Kit, comes with a prepaid SIM card, up to 1GB of high-speed data per day data for 84 days and unlimited calling, among other benefits. The Campus Survival Kit is available in select colleges in Delhi. The Vodafone Campus Survival Kit is aimed at reaching out to students “in over 100 colleges & youth hang out zones in Delhi-NCR”, the Indian arm of British telecom major Vodafone said in a press release.

Vodafone has priced its Campus Survival Kit at Rs. 445. The offer is valid only for new connections. Subsequent recharges will cost Rs. 352 to offer the same benefits, it said. Only available on new connections, the scheme costs Rs. 445, news agency Press Trust of India reported, citing an email response from Vodafone India Delhi circle business head Alok Verma.

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This new scheme launched by Vodafone will offer students unlimited voice calls, 1GB per day of 3G or 4G data for 84 days, discount coupons and a messenger bag free as part of the offer. Subsequent recharges will be for Rs. 352 that will give the above-mentioned benefits, the agency noted.

Vodafone’s Campus Survival Kit equips students with a complete telecom solution and provides value for money hacks and offers “through exclusive discount deals curated specifically for students”, the telecom operator said in a press release dated July 29.

Vodafone India is further planning to roll out the Campus Survival Kit scheme across the country in a phased manner.