Vi launches Smartphone Program to offer recharge discount of Rs 2400

Vi prepaid users can receive a monthly discount of Rs. 100 on Vi Hero recharge of Rs. 299 and above plans for the next 24 months via the Vi App.

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Telecom service provider Vodafone Idea (Vi) has launched the Vi Smartphone Program, in which it is offering a recharge discount of Rs. 2400 to eligible users who upgrade to a 4G or 5G smartphone. The program is applicable to both new and existing Vi subscribers.

According to the telco, Vi prepaid users can receive a monthly discount of Rs. 100 on Vi Hero recharge of Rs. 299 and above plans for the next 24 months through the Vi App. For eligibility, existing users must upgrade their existing phone to a 4G or 5G smartphone, and non-Vi users will be eligible for the offer on the purchase of a Vi SIM for their 4G or 5G devices.

Further, the smartphone should not have been a part of the Vi network for the last six months. Users can visit the nearest Vi stores or retail outlets to check whether their smartphone is eligible for the recharge discount. All eligible Vi users will receive a welcome SMS with details of the Vi Smartphone Program within 24 hours of inserting Vi SIM in their smartphone.

Then, Vi prepaid customers need to recharge with Rs. 299 or above within the next 30 days of upgrading to a smartphone to receive the recharge discount coupons on the Vi App. After the successful recharge, users will receive Rs. 100 discount coupons on their Vi App under the My Coupons section.

Users can redeem the recharge discount coupons for the next Vi Hero Unlimited recharge. Moreover, the coupons automatically apply to eligible Hero unlimited packs for convenience.

The Vi Smartphone Program is available in select states in India, including Chennai, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, and Haryana. The offer is valid till September 30, 2023.

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