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Idea Cellular Rolls Out A New ‘Validity Accumulation’ Feature, Check Out The Details

A new feature is being rolled out by telecom operator Idea cellular reportedly in which the users will now be able to recharge with a plan and use it later. The new feature is known as Validity Accumulation and will allow the users to recharge with multiple plans and activate the plan at a later date.

With this new Validity accumulation feature, the Idea users will be able to recharge with Rs 398 pack multiple number of times. So for instance, if a user recharges with Rs 398 plan twice, then he/she will get a validity of 140 days with the same benefits. The same way, if the user recharges with the plan thrice, then he/she will get a validity of 210 days. The new feature simply means that the Idea user will be able to enjoy the benefits for an extended period of time.

However, how many recharges the user can make at the same time to have a longer validity is still unknown. Apart from this, Idea Cellular has also announced some new postpaid plans known as Nirvana.  Under this, the telecom operator is offering 8 plans in total. The new postpaid plans start at Rs 389 and go up to Rs 2,999. All the 8 plans offer unlimited local.STD calls, 100 SMS each day, free international roaming, Idea anti-theft, antivirus and damage protection plan for about 12 months and a free subscription of Idea Movies and TV, Idea Music and Idea Games App for a period of 12 months.

Under the Rs 389 plan, the Idea postpaid users will get 10GB mobile data per month along with the carry forward option with a limit of 200GB. On the other hand, under the Rs 49, the users will get 20GB high-speed mobile data along with carry forward option with the same limit of 200GB like Rs 389 plan. The other postpaid plans include Rs 649, Rs 999 and Rs 1,299 that will offer 35GB, 60GB and 85GB of mobile data per month along with a carry forward option of 200GB.

 

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