Bharti Airtel has decided to increase mobile tariffs. The company has announced to increase its minimum monthly prepaid recharge plan in seven circles. Now customers will have to pay 155 rupees instead of 99 rupees if they recharge in this tariff plan of the company. Airtel’s old recharge of Rs.99 […]
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Bharti Airtel has decided to increase mobile tariffs. The company has announced to increase its minimum monthly prepaid recharge plan in seven circles. Now customers will get Rs 155 instead of Rs 99 by recharging this tariff plan of the company. Rs have to give
Airtel In this old Rs 99 recharge plan, users get limited talk-time which is deducted after each call according to the duration of the call. The validity of this plan is 28 days. But in the new recharge plan of Rs 155, users will get the benefit of unlimited calling. With this validity of 28 days, one GB internet data and 300 SMS benefits are also available. After discontinuing the lowest monthly prepaid recharge plan of Rs 99 in Haryana and Odisha in November 2022, the company first launched the Rs 155 plan. Now the company is going to roll out this plan in seven more circles.
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Airtel spokesperson said that in view of our focus on providing a better customer experience, we have decided to discontinue the metered tariff and come up with a new entry level plan of Rs 155. In this, the customer will also get 1 GB data along with unlimited calling and 300 SMS.
After making Airtel’s prepaid mobile tariff more expensive, customers who were till now recharging their plans with Rs 99 will have to spend around 57 per cent more. This decision of the company will help increase the average revenue per user (ARPU).
Several brokerage reports believe that as of September 2022, Airtel had a total of 32.98 crore mobile subscribers, including 10.9 crore 2G subscribers, of which 3.34 crore customers use the lowest monthly prepaid recharge plan.