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Data Rollover Plans


make the most of all your left-over data during the lockdown


As you make video calls and stream movies in the lockdown, some of your data might still be unused thanks to data rollover. Vi™ allows you to take complete ownership of every bit of your unused data & ensure that it is not wasted. In this article let us understand what data rollover is.



what is data rollover?


With Vi™ postpaid, any unused data in your account will be added or rolled over to your next month’s data bank – which you can re-use in next month.



how does It work?


For example, you are on RED Plan with tariff of Rs. 499/month.

This month: You can avail monthly 75 GB data under the plan. Let’s say you used 30 GB. The left over 45 GB gets rolled over to next month

Next Month: You can avail 75 + 45 = 100 GB data next month. If not used completely, the leftover data will be carried forward the month thereafter



data rollover benefits


  • Lets you save data and use it for busier months ahead
  • Keeps you from paying extra data charges since it is unlikely you would run out of data
  • It is free, automatic and doesn’t require you to set it up


mobile plans offering data rollover


If you are a postpaid customer, you will automatically avail the ‘data rollover’ facility on all postpaid plan

All Vi™ postpaid monthly plans for you - priced at Rs. 399, Rs. 499, Rs. 699, Rs. 1099 or your family – priced at Rs. 598, Rs. 749, Rs. 899, Rs. 999 currently offer a data rollover of 200GB every month.



how can you order your favorite plan with data rollover?


  • Visit our postpaid connectionpage and select a postpaid plan
  • Enter personal details, email address and mobile number
  • Select a valid option, based on whether you want to buy a new postpaid connection, port your number or upgrade to postpaid
  • Select a number from a pool of available numbers
  • Enter your address for SIM delivery
  • Choose a delivery date
  • Confirm your order

Then enjoy the services from Vi™.


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