More than 100 crore mobile phone users to get affected from this month when India’s top telecom companies including Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone Idea revises its prepaid plans.
For Airtel users, the prepaid plan of Rs 129 has been revised to Rs 148 where users will get 2GB of data along with 300 SMS for a validity of 28 days.
Another plan of Rs 998 has been replaced by 1,498 plan where earlier users used to get unlimited calling, 3,600 messages and 12GB of data will now get 24 GB and 365 days validity.
The users of Rs 1,699 plan would have to pay Rs 2,398 where the company is still offering same unlimited calling facility along with 100 SMS and 1.5GB of data per day.
Airtel has also merged its Rs 169 and Rs 199 plans and brought Rs 298 plan instead which will offer unlimited calling, 100 SMS and 1.5GB per day.
Even, the Rs 249 plan which used provide unlimited calling, 100 SMS and 2GB of high-speed internet per day will now be available at a cost of Rs 298. Rs 448 and Rs 499 plan benefits will now be available at Rs 598 and Rs 698.
Apart from this, Reliance Jio had recently announced that it would raise its tariff by up to 40 per cent through its all in one (AOI) plans from December 6.
Moreover, the Mukesh Ambani firm also said that it would provide its subscribers with unlimited voice and data, which will have '300 per cent more benefits' than earlier.