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Vodafone India has introduced the Ready Start-up Kit that has solutions aimed to give complete visibility, manageability, and control over various business assets to startup owners. The kit aims at grabbing IoT business from startups across the country.

Vodafone India will offer complimentary access to Vodafone’s IoT Managed Connectivity Platform, expert support and rental free package for 6 months for 50 IoT SIMs to develop and deploy their solution.

Vodafone India will also offer complimentary access to three curated cloud-based business apps for one month — Vodafone CRM, Vodafone Mobile Workforce Essentials and G-Suite. These solutions can help start-ups to boost their productivity, efficiency and enhance their ability to engage with their employees and customers.

Vodafone claims that it is the only Indian telecom operator with a completely online Cloud applications marketplace – Vodafone CloudStore.

Start-ups selecting the Vodafone IoT solution will be able to increase awareness of their products and services and engage with their customers using Vodafone’s Programmatic Marketing solutions, which includes up to 50,000 SMS free package for marketing.

“The Ready Start-up Kit brings forth Vodafone’s global experience as an enabler of start-ups and reinforces our commitment to this community. We expect it to be a game changer with a suite of solutions that will empower start-ups to catalyze innovation and fast track growth,” said Sunil Sood, MD and CEO of Vodafone India.

THe above development was first reported in ET Telecom.

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Founding editor at IndianWeb2, he's been writing at IndianWeb2 since 2007. Apart from blogging he had a professional career of software developer, Ux developer and search engine marketer in past. His vision of IndianWeb2 has been laid down so as to showcase, encourage and propagate Indian startups, innovation and entrepreneurship ideas.

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