Vi Max postpaid plans now bundles Swiggy One membership

Vi Max Individual and Vi Max Family postpaid users on Rs. 501 and above can get a Swiggy One Membership worth Rs. 2500 at no additional cost.

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Telecom service provider Vodafone Idea (Vi) has announced a new benefit for its Vi Max postpaid customers. The telco has added Swiggy One membership to its Vi Max postpaid portfolio as one of the benefits options for its users. Swiggy One is a premium membership plan offered by the popular food delivery app Swiggy, which gives users unlimited free delivery, discounts, and other perks on food orders and Swiggy Instamart.

According to the company, Vi Max Individual and Vi Max Family postpaid users can get a Swiggy One membership worth Rs. 2500 at no additional cost. The postpaid plans that offer Swiggy One membership include Rs 501, Rs 701, and Rs 1,001 individual plans, as well as the Rs 1,001 and Rs 1,151 family plans. The offer is valid for both existing and new Vi Max postpaid customers.

Here are the benefits included with the Swiggy One membership:

  • Unlimited free deliveries on food orders above Rs. 149 and up to 30 percent extra discount on over 30,000 restaurants.
  • Unlimited free deliveries on orders above Rs. 199 on Instamart.
  • Up to 40 percent off on Dineout and get two additional coupons worth Rs. 150 per month.
  • 10 percent off on all Swiggy Genie delivery fees.

Vi Max postpaid plans also offer other benefits, including unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS per day, and data rollover of up to 200GB. Moreover, some plans offer access to OTT platforms such as Amazon Prime, Disney+ Hotstar, SonyLIV, and SunNXT. Users can also choose other benefits like EaseMyTrip, Norton 360 Mobile Security, and EazyDiner. Vi Max postpaid users also get free access to Vi Movies and TV apps, Hungama Music in the Vi app, and Vi Games.

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Not really use of it. They should have removed speed cap and introduced 3GB/day for 28 days for 299 with removal of night unlimited data.

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So they removed netflix subscription from RedX plan.

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