UK telecom major Vodafone has launched WorldTraveller, a new tariff plan that allows customers to make use of their pre-existing minutes, data and text messages while travelling abroad.
According to Vodafone's WorldTraveller, pay monthly customers in the UK travelling to India, USA, New Zealand, Australia, Ghana, Egypt, South Africa and Qatar can use the current tariff plan on their mobile devices, at a nominal fee of £5 per day of usage.
WorldTraveller also lets customers use up their already existing mobile data to connect to the internet, while travelling in other countries.
Vodafone pay monthly customers opting for WorldTraveller will not be charged additional roaming fees while in the above countries. Subscribers of the tariff plan also get to enjoy free incoming calls and text messages.
To activate Vodafone's WorldTraveller the company's pay monthly customers can dial 5555.
Vodafone's WorldTraveller takes off from the company's earlier EuroTraveller that lets pay monthly customers roam around Europe for £2 pounds a day, including enabling usage of pre-existing data and calls without having to opt for a special roaming package.
Vodafone had recently announced plans to take gigabit broadband internet to Ireland.
Earlier this year, Vodafone announced its intention to expand its 'exclusive stores' fleet to 150 across the UK. This move is aimed at creating more job opportunities over the next 12 months.