Reliance Jio raises prepaid tariffs by around 20%
IANS 29 November 2021
After Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea, telecom major Reliance Jio said it would raise tariffs for its prepaid users by around 20 per cent.
 
The revised tariffs will come into effect from December 1, the telecom major said.
 
The announcement by Reliance Jio comes few days after Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel announced a hike in their respective prepaid tariffs.
 
"These plans will provide the best value in the industry. Upholding the Jio promise of providing the best-quality service at the lowest price globally, Jio customers will continue to be the biggest beneficiaries."
 
"The new unlimited plans will go-live on 1st December 2021 and can be opted from all existing touchpoints and channels," Jio said.
 
On Tuesday, Vodafone Idea had announced that it would raise tariffs for its prepaid users by around 20 per cent, which came into effect on Thursday.
 
It maintained that the revision in plans will start the process of ARPU (Average Revenue Per Unit) improvement and help address the financial stress faced by the industry.
 
Earlier on Monday, Bharti Airtel had also raised the prepaid tariffs by around 20 per cent, which came into effect from Friday.
 
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Comments
BR
2 months ago
Vodafone is losing money & market share & may close so raised fee to earn more. Others lead the market & are rich but exploit the chance to earn more. Users must pay through the nose for the same needed benefits & other temporary baits as 'Extra Benefit'., whichever telco they use.
caalpeshgupta
2 months ago
Does any media organization has guts to raise the catelization issue ? It's a clear cut case of caretelization.
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