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After Reliance, Airtel and Aircel Vodafone has found a new way to lure the customers. Vodafone has announced the launch of ‘Vodafone Sakhi Pack’ for subscribers in UP West and Uttarakhand.
The free service allows women to recharge their mobile phones more easily, eliminating the need to share their mobile numbers with retailers. Vodafone Sakhi service was previously launched by the company in a test phase.
Vodafone Sakhi offer starts at Rs 52, which gives 42 minutes of talk time and 50MB 2G/3G data. The Rs 78 pack gives 62 minutes of talk time, and data offering for this pack is also 50MB. Vodafone Sakhi Rs 99 pack gives 79 minutes of talk time and 50MB data. Validity for all of these packs is 30 days.
“Vodafone Sakhi will help bridge the telecom needs of women in rural areas and addresses their barriers to access mobile services at will. We are very proud to introduce this unique product aimed at empowering women across UP-West. We want the women to use mobile as a tool to empower themselves and optimise their efficacy,” Dilip Kumar Ganta, Business Head UP-West and Uttarakhand, Vodafone India said.
“We are very optimistic about the step Vodafone has taken for women security. Vodafone Sakhi recharge pack will provide a safe platform to the women living in rural and urban areas of UP & Uttarakhand to get their mobile recharged and stay connected to their peers whenever needed. We will provide the required support to make this initiative a success,” Rekha Arya, Women’s Welfare and Child Development minister said.