Vodafone Idea has introduced four new International Roaming (IR) packs exclusively for the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar. From a seven-day pack to a longer pack with 28 days validity, these roaming recharge packs offer data connectivity, outgoing calls to India, SMS and other benefits. The plans can be used in Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, according to the telecom operator. These plans can be used to access 5GB of data while attending the world’s biggest football event.

The new roaming plans from Vi were noticed from ET Telecom. These plans can be accessed through The website of Vi or through the Vi application.

The first roaming plan offered by Vi for the ongoing FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 is priced at Rs. 2999 and is valid for 7 days. It offers 200 minutes of talk time for local calls and outgoing calls to India along with free incoming calls and 25 SMS. In addition, users will also get 2GB of data.

Subscribers can also opt for Vi Rs. 3,999 IR plan that offers 300 minutes of talk time including both local and outgoing calls to India along with 3GB data and 50 SMS. The package is valid for 10 days.

For customers who want a recharge plan with 14-day validity, Vi is offering Rs. 4499 IR plan with 500 minutes of local and outgoing calls to India and free incoming calls along with 5GB data. This plan also offers 100 SMS and is valid for 14 days.

The most expensive Vi IR recharge plan is priced at Rs. 5999 and offers 500 minutes of local calls, outgoing calls to India. Additionally, users will get access to 5GB data and 100 SMS. All these benefits are valid for 28 days.

It is worth noting that while these plans allow users to call numbers within India for a predetermined number of minutes, outgoing calls to other countries will be charged at Rs. 35 per minute, according to the telecom operator.

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