Flexible and feature rich, the new U-Plans from Vodafone Qatar will put a stop to wastage or excess data charges on your postpaid plan.
Starting from QR 115 per month for U Start and QR 165 per month for U Plus, the plans offer a rich data allowance plus local minutes. You can choose your combination of data and minutes, such as: ‘8 GB with 150 Local Minutes’ or ‘5 GB with 750 Local Minutes’ and more options on U Start. Or ‘16GB and 400 Local Minutes’ and ‘10 GB with 1300 Local Minutes’ and likewise more options on U Plus.
So what’s different about the U-Plans? Vodafone Qatar understands that your need for data, local and international minutes are unique and may vary from time to time. With the U-Plans, you have the choice to rearrange the benefits while staying within your same plan, for the next month. This adjustment is easy to set up once you download the My Vodafone app.
All customers have Carry Forward feature that puts back their unused data for use next month (it’s data you paid for, so don’t lose it!). On top of that, you’ll stay in control of your bill with features such as Spend Limit, Endless Internet - @ 512 Kbps Endless Internet on U Plus and @128 Kbps on U Start.
Plus, you can get more minutes to call abroad on your postpaid service. U-Plans offer up to 300 minutes to call abroad from Qatar. You can choose the country you want to call: the Philippines, India, Bangladesh or Pakistan. Or choose up to 60 minutes to call Turkey, Jordan, Kenya and Sri Lanka or one of the other countries included!
Vodafone U-Plans can be purchased online from the Vodafone website or at any Vodafone store. You’ll find it’s a new way to enjoy postpaid!
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For further details, please check: https://www.vodafone.qa/en/uplan#uplans
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