All Telecom Company New Recharge Plan December 2019 Bharti Airtel on Sunday announced increased tariffs for prepaid customers. The new plans will come into effect from December 3, the telecom operator said in a statement. The recent announcement comes on the backdrop of Airtel's highest quarterly loss of Rs 50,922 crore amid an adverse Supreme Court ruling on adjusted gross revenue (AGR). The top court allowed the telecom department to recover dues worth Rs 1.33 lakh crore from telecom companies. In November, both Airtel and Vodafone Idea had announced to raise tariffs in December.

Airtel has also capped off net calls or calls made to other telecom operators. The fair usage policy (FUP) for voice calls is 1000 off net minutes for all 28 days packs and 3000 minutes for 84 days packs. The telco is offering 12000 minutes for 365 days packs, post which calls made to other telcos will be charged at 6 paise/min.

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Airtel New Prepaid Recharge Plan December 2019

Telecom operator Bharti Airtel Ltd. has announced new prepaid plans wherein calls and data tariffs are higher by up to 42 percent.





The development came a few hours after Vodafone Idea Ltd. announced plans to raise mobile rates on similar lines. But Airtel’s new prepaid plans, effective Dec. 3, are marginally cheaper.


"Airtel's new plans, represent tariff increases in the range of a mere 50 paise per day to Rs 2.85 per day and offer generous data and calling benefits. These tariffs will be applicable from Tuesday, December 3, 2019," the company said in a statement.

The operator has announced new plans in "unlimited"category with 2 days, 28 days, 84 days, 365 days validity, which are costlier by up to up to 41.14 percent, calculations show.

The new pricing represents a very modest increase. The effective revision in today's context is equal to what a customer would pay for a cup of tea in week at a roadside stall, a company official, who did not wish to be named, said.

The minimum monthly recharge plan for both Airtel and Vodafone Idea now stands at Rs 49, as against Rs 35 earlier.

And, like Vodafone Idea, Airtel has also capped outgoing calls that can be made to rival network. Buyers of the monthly prepaid plan will get 1,000 minutes of outgoing calls, while those with a three-month subscription will get 3,000 minutes. An annual plan will buy customers 12,000 minutes of outgoing calls.

Beyond these limits, a customer will need to pay 6 paise per minute for outgoing calls.

According to the new Airtel prepaid plans, the tariff hike is the steepest for annual plans at 41.14 precent. An annual unlimited plan will now cost Rs 2,398 instead of 1,699 at present.

Here’s a look at all the new Airtel prepaid plans:

Bharti Airtel Hikes Tariffs By Up To 42% In New Prepaid Plans
Bharti Airtel Hikes Tariffs By Up To 42% In New Prepaid Plans
The costlier prepaid plans come against the backdrop of the Supreme Court judgment on adjusted gross revenue, which battered Airtel’s financials in the second quarter of the ongoing fiscal. The company reported a loss of Rs 23,045 crore in the September quarter of 2019-20 as it provided for dues pending to the government related to the AGR dispute.

According to government data, Airtel's liabilities add up to nearly Rs 35,586 crore, of which Rs 21,682 crore is toward licence fees and Rs 13,904.01 crore for spectrum usage charges (excluding the dues of Telenor and Tata Teleservices acquired by Airtel).

The costlier prepaid plans come against the backdrop of the Supreme Court judgment on adjusted gross revenue, which battered Airtel’s financials in the second quarter of the ongoing fiscal. The company reported a loss of Rs 23,045 crore in the September quarter of 2019-20 as it provided for dues pending to the government related to the AGR dispute.





According to government data, Airtel's liabilities add up to nearly Rs 35,586 crore, of which Rs 21,682 crore is toward licence fees and Rs 13,904.01 crore for spectrum usage charges (excluding the dues of Telenor and Tata Teleservices acquired by Airtel).

The costlier prepaid plans come against the backdrop of the Supreme Court judgment on adjusted gross revenue, which battered Airtel’s financials in the second quarter of the ongoing fiscal. The company reported a loss of Rs 23,045 crore in the September quarter of 2019-20 as it provided for dues pending to the government related to the AGR dispute.

According to government data, Airtel's liabilities add up to nearly Rs 35,586 crore, of which Rs 21,682 crore is toward licence fees and Rs 13,904.01 crore for spectrum usage charges (excluding the dues of Telenor and Tata Teleservices acquired by Airtel)....

Idea Vodafone Prepaid Recharge Plan December 2019

Telecom operator Vodafone Idea on Sunday announced a hike in mobile calls and data charges from December 3.

The announcement has come on the backdrop of its highest quarterly loss of ₹50,922 crore amid an adverse Supreme Court ruling on adjusted gross reve nue (AGR).
The company has announced new plans for prepaid product and services with 2 days, 28 days, 84 days, 365 days validity. A rough calculation showed that the new plans are costlier up to 42% compared to earlier plans.





"Vodafone Idea Limited (VIL), India’s leading telecom service provider, today announced new tariffs/plans for its prepaid products and services. New plans will be available across India starting 00:00 hours of 3 December 2019," the company said in a statement.
In its combo plans of ₹49, there is ₹38 Talktime, 100 MB data, 2.5p/sec tariff, 28 days validity. In Plan ₹79, ₹64 Talktime, 200 MB data, 1p/sec tariff, 28 days validity.

In Unlimited Packs, (28 days validity), there are -- ₹149 Plan with Unlimited Voice (FUP of 1,000 mins for off-net calls), 2 GB data, 300 SMS, 28 days validity, In ₹249 Plan -- Unlimited Voice (FUP of 1,000 mins for off-net calls), 1.5 GB/day of Data, 100 SMS/ day, 28 days validity. In ₹299 Plan -- Unlimited Voice (FUP of 1,000 mins for off-net calls), 2 GB/day of Data, 100 SMS/day, 28 days validity and ₹399 Plan, there is Unlimited Voice (FUP of 1,000 mins for off-net calls), 3 GB/day of Data, 100 SMS/ day, 28 days validity.

In Unlimited packs, (84 days validity), for Plans ₹379 there is Unlimited Voice (FUP of 3,000 mins for off-net calls), 6 GB data, 1,000 SMS, 84 days validity, in Plan ₹599, Unlimited Voice (FUP of 3000 mins for off-net calls ), 1.5 GB/day of Data, 100 SMS/day, 84 days validity, In ₹699 plan there is Unlimited Voice (FUP of 3,000 mins for off-net calls), 2 GB/day of Data, 100 SMS/day, 84 days validity).

For One year validity, unlimited annual plan, ₹1,499 plan of Unlimited Voice (FUP of 12,000 mins for off-net calls), 24 GB data, 3,600 SMS, 365 days validity and then there is ₹2,399 plan -- Unlimited Voice (FUP of 12,000 mins for off-net calls), 1.5 GB/day of Data, 100 SMS/day, 365 days validity.

Under unlimited Satchet, there is ₹19 Unlimited On-net Voice, 150 MB data, 100 SMS, two days validity.

On first recharges, the Plans are of ₹97 with ₹45 Talktime, 100 MB data, 1p/sec tariff, 28 days validity, Plan 197 Unlimited Voice (FUP of 1000 mins for off-net calls), 2 GB data, 300 SMS, 28 days validity ₹297 plan on Unlimited Voice (FUP of 1000 mins for off-net calls), 1.5 GB/day of Data, 100 SMS/day, 28 days validity and ₹647 plan for Unlimited Voice (FUP of 3000 mins for off-net calls), 1.5 GB/day of Data, 100 SMS/day, 84 days validity.

New plans will be available across India starting 00:00 hours of December 3, 2019.
In line with its commitment to provide customers with simple, convenient and affordable products, VIL has curated an optimum range of feature rich plans for both voice and data. Customers can avail their benefits by just selecting the plan best suited to their specific needs and continue to enjoy seam less connectivity across India.

Reliance Jio Prepaid Recharge Plan December 2019





Reliance Jio, closely following its competition, announced new 'All-in-One plans'  which will see a hike of up to 40 per cent from the current plans. Airtel and Vodafone, earlier on Sunday, announced their revised recharge plans for subscribers. Reliance Jio further revealed that the new plans would be effective from December 6.

In a statement on Sunday, Reliance Jio announced the new tariff hike. At the moment, it is not clear whether the tariff hike will impact only prepaid or will also lead to a rise in postpaid plans. 

"Jio will be introducing a new All-in-One plan with unlimited voice and data. These plans will have a fair usage policy for calls to other mobile networks. The new plans will be effective from December 6 2019  (06/12/2019)," the company said in a release.

Reliance Jio claims that despite a rise of up to 40 per cent in its tariffs, the telecom operator will offer 300 per cent more benefits to its customers. 





"While remaining committed to the ultimate interest of the consumer, Jio will take all necessary steps to help sustain the Indian telecommunications industry. Jio will continue to work with the Government on the consultation process for revision of telecom tariffs and looks forward to participation from all other stakeholders," the company added in the release.

Jio says that the new 'All-in-One' plans will be available across multiple price points. However, the company is yet to release exact prepaid recharge plans for customers. Airtel and Vodafone Idea have been quick in revealing precise recharge plans for their customers.



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