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Exclusive: Why does Vodafone Idea drop their Rs. 549 plans?

Vi’s lack of 5G leads to customers switching to competitors.

Only one private telecom firm in India has not yet started rolling out 5G. Even its subscribers swiftly depart from its network in favor of approaching and utilizing the services of rivals.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The third-largest cellular provider in India, Vodafone Idea (Vi), no longer offered the Rs 549 bundle.
  • Vi’s Rs 549 bundle has been covertly added to Telecom Talk’s pre-paid menu.
  • There is no information about the bundle on the telco’s website or mobile application.

The third-largest cellular provider in India, Vodafone Idea (Vi), no longer offered the Rs 549 bundle. Vi’s Rs 549 bundle has been covertly added to Telecom Talk’s pre-paid menu. However, the operator stopped selling the package after only a few days. There is no information about the bundle on the telco’s website or mobile application. Vi made an odd decision. What use is it to start a plan if it is later dropped from the list of options?

Read on to learn more about Vodafone Idea’s New Rs 549 Plan with 180-Day Validity.

Vi most likely abandoned the initiative because it would have been more challenging for the telecom to increase its average revenue per user (ARPU) statistic. After 180 days, the Vi package, which costs Rs 549, expires. The plan, which did not offer endless advantages, was a decent choice for someone who only wanted to keep their SIM active. In the long run, however, it would have decreased Vi’s prospects of profiting the most from customers who wish to keep using their SIM cards.

It’s possible that the operator gave up attempting to convince customers to reload with other companies who provide shorter validity periods for less money. Vi hasn’t yet made a formal statement on the situation, though. The telecom is still trying, despite the fact that it hasn’t raised money in years. Vodafone Idea has to straighten out its finances before developing a workable plan to reverse course in the sector.

Only Vi, a private telecom provider in India, does not currently offer 5G. Furthermore, clients are swiftly switching to other networks in order to get their services.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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