What happens if you don't recharge for Rs. 200 every 6 months?

IndianMascot

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MNP is complicated thing bro. Instead Prepaid to postpaid and postpaid to prepaid is simple one. And most operators easily agrees for migration in an impression that customer is still in their network.
 

M05f3t

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MNP is complicated thing bro. Instead Prepaid to postpaid and postpaid to prepaid is simple one. And most operators easily agrees for migration in an impression that customer is still in their network.



Prepaid -> Postpaid (very very easy, the Vodafone people will go bonkers...)

Postpaid -> Prepaid -> :phone: > :clock: >:crazy1: > :russianroulette:



Some interesting highlights from this thread :


Link:http://broadbandforum.in/vodafone-india-mobile/73937-postpaid-prepaid-its-mental-harrasment/


If my plan was not changed, then you have LIARS employed who call you back and confirm a plan change and never said that i need to visit
any stupid store to complete this, there was no mention of any action required from my end, only think sounded was like the executive was happy
to retain a post-paid customer, but seems once the customer agreed to remain on post-paid they just dump your request so you can be billed
for a higher amount plan.


Vodafone India attitude has changed a lot, they just want new customers, existing ones can be dumped easily
Vodafone gives a Damn on you, no matter how loyal you may have been, ( you will be proven stupid after your loyalty)
They love making you run like their DOG between 111 and vodafone store

I have more business to take care of, I don't have stupid patience and time to listen to CRAP told by your ultra bright zozo type staff
who will never resolve a problem, all they are good at is handle those stupid request "CALLAR TUNEWA KA PAISA KAT GAWA, ka kari bhaiya"
Vodafine don't sound even a bit professional in all my recent experiences.

So at the end, I now regret for being a vodafone DOG :anger3:



I'm a voting for MNP cause "Postpaid -> Prepaid" is frankly too tiresome going by the experience of my fellow sufferers.

I so don't want be on their ZooZoo network...
 

Daddycool

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Prepaid -> Postpaid (very very easy, the Vodafone people will go bonkers...)

Postpaid -> Prepaid -> :phone: > :clock: >:crazy1: > :russianroulette:



Some interesting highlights from this thread :


Link:http://broadbandforum.in/vodafone-india-mobile/73937-postpaid-prepaid-its-mental-harrasment/













I'm a voting for MNP cause "Postpaid -> Prepaid" is frankly too tiresome going by the experience my fellow sufferers.

I so don't want be on their ZooZoo network...:no::no::no:

Absolutely. And who knows, in those 3 months you might even find your temp solution to be better than voda. That would be a bonus.
 


jakas

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so is the latest on this still need to recharge for 200 every 6 months ? AND an sms or incoming or outgoing or GPRS usage in 2 months ?
 

saurabh28

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I think nothing happens.. Its been almost a year for my other Vodafone number and I've recharged it with Rs.166 only, in total..
 

mhsabir

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I think amount can be lesser. Not sure about duration, but it needs to be used I believe once in 90 days or something to that affect.
 


jakas

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I think nothing happens.. Its been almost a year for my other Vodafone number and I've recharged it with Rs.166 only, in total..
The number must be on that is active on a phone not shut off
 

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So how about this :I recharged my mobile with 3-4k at once. I'm unable to use up all the available mobile cash within 6 months timeframe, then?
 

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So how about this :

I recharged my mobile with 3-4k at once. I'm unable to use up all the available mobile cash within 6 months timeframe, then?

I think that should entitle you for more validity period but this varies a lot from one operator to another.
My personal experience with my own numbers.

1). Airtel Prepaid, haven't recharged in last 1 year, works fine, I do sometime make a call from it, but don't know if i used it more than once in 3-4 months and
its mostly switched off.

2). Aircel, Bought in 2009/10, used a few days and kept it aside, after 6 months took it out and it worked, recharged it for Rs.100/- in 2011 and never used it, took it out after gap of 5-6 months and using it for 3G, its working till date, but now I've recharged it for 2000+ in last 2 months.

3). Idea Prepaid, Number was good so bought it, but never used regularly, but I did managed 200 per 6 months cause, Idea used to send SMS stating your total recharge value is less than 200 in last 6 months as per TRAI rules, please recharge immediately to avoid loosing number....

4). Reliance GSM, used it regularly then left it Idle, checked after few months it was working, then checked again 3 months later, Number was de-activated already.

5). voda pre-paid, used in Data card, Recharged for 505 as first recharge, worked for a month in modem, took it out and tried it after 2 months, number had incoming but no outgoing even after having Rs.10-20 as balance. Never asked them why as it was only for data card and I moved to aircel already.

6). T24, used only when Bigbazaar gave free talktime, never recharged from outside shop or other than free talk value, works fine since first day of launch till now.
 

jakas

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The rule they have is to recharge rs 200 every 6 months and incoming or outgoing or sms or data usage every 60 days.I would say one is lucky if the operator does not shut you off. When they need numbers they go on a shutting down/ hunting spree
 

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