Query regarding Vodafone's 3G Plan

naif

Newbie
[OP]
Oct 13, 2011
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Good day all, I am new here. I just registered myself because I can't figure out few things about the 3G plan offered by Vodafone. The URL of the plan in concern is: Vodafone 3G USB Stick: 3G USB Modem - Internet access for laptop & Desktop | Mumbai

Is anyone here using this plan or has any information pertaining to it? To be specific, I am trying to figure out if whether this plan is really unlimited or if whether it has any catch? Maybe a fair usage policy? And also, what kind of speed does it offer?
 

dhananjayk

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Oct 7, 2010
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Naif,I am really surprised to see unlimited plans offered at Rs.599/month It looks like this plan is for 3G n/w access but its not mentioned clearly. @vodafone customer CareCan you confirm whether we can activate 3G unlimited usage plan @ 599/month? If yes then let us know activation procedure.Note: Please don't ask me to call 111 or share my number. This is a public forum and lets discuss publicly.
 

ulysses

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Feb 25, 2011
432
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Naif,
I am really surprised to see unlimited plans offered at Rs.599/month It looks like this plan is for 3G n/w access but its not mentioned clearly.

@vodafone customer Care
Can you confirm whether we can activate 3G unlimited usage plan @ 599/month? If yes then let us know activation procedure.
Note: Please don't ask me to call 111 or share my number. This is a public forum and lets discuss publicly.
This is Vodafone customer Care.......
If you think we are going to give you unlimited 3g internet for 1 month @ Rs 599 ,we also have a newly constructed bridge to sell connecting Navi Mumbai and churchgate!!:Freaky:

rs 599 /month is u/L Gprs plan and not 3G plans. To get you to sign in to postpaid street dealers or voda shop will say anything.
 


popcorn

Senior Member
Apr 10, 2005
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Mumbai
it is 2G data plan. I got fooled in May 2011 with this misleading page of vodafone

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speeds are 144 kbps
 


naif

Newbie
[OP]
Oct 13, 2011
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Thanks everyone for the clarification. I have been doing a lot of research the past few days trying to find a reliable broad brand service and after reviewing almost all available 3G plans in India, I knew this plan was "too good to be true".
 

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