Chennai: Vodafone India has launched an unlimited data plan for those visiting Japan and Saudi Arabia that will enable its mobile subscribers access the Internet in these countries.
The move comes in the backdrop of customers preferring to take up 60 percent discount packages on international tariffs that were introduced in June, Vodafone India said in a statement.
"The unlimited international roaming data package offer is one more customer-friendly offering from Vodafone India, enabling customers to use data on mobile services while travelling abroad", it said.
Customers can choose packages ranging from Rs 1,499 (for three days) Rs 2,499 (for five days) and Rs 3,499 (for seven days), the company said.
Data services while on roaming in Japan and Saudi Arabia are offered to customers through its partner with Softbank's network in Japan and Mobility's network in Saudi Arabia, it said.
"There is an increasing demand for data usage while on international roaming and our latest international roaming data packages bridges this gap," Vodafone India Chief Operating Officer Sunil Sood said.
Vodafone India, with revenues of Rs 32,000 crore, has operations across the country with over 153 million customers, the statement added.