Airtel, Jio & Vodafone Tariff Rise by 47% – New Pricing

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Three Telecom giants of India have been ordered to increase their tariff rates by the Supreme Court of India. Airtel, Jio & Vodafone Tariff Rise by 47%. Just like Reliance Jio applied FUP in its plans, now Airtel and Vodafone Idea will also have to add the FUP in their plans. For keeping revenue of the companies fair and getting common people out of the game of higher offers, the Supreme Court has taken this step. The Supreme Court also could have taken this step to save other telecom companies except for Reliance Jio from bankruptcy (we don’t claim this news to be official). New plans will be in use from 3 December by Airtel and Vodafone Idea. But Reliance Jio will activate new plans from 6 December. Again for being ahead of other companies by satisfying the customers. Reliance Jio said that may tariff rise by 47% but they will also provide 300% more benefits than previous plans.

The new tariff plans by Airtel and Vodafone Idea are much close to each other, so we have made a list of the plans as they were before and the new ones too. Reliance Jio has not revealed its upcoming tariff plans clearly yet. All these plan details may mess up with your mind, it’s hard to understand these, we suggest you to have a look at the chart and contact your nearest SIM Relaiter.

Tariff plans by Airtel:

Tariff rise by 47% Airtel

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