Vodafone-Idea hikes tariff charges from December 3, announces new prepaid plans; check details here
New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: One of the biggest Telecom operators in the country, Vodafone-Idea has started new charges for its customers that will begin at 0.00 am on December 3. The company has announced a surge of 42 per cent in call rates that will impact 30 crore users across the users. The news comes weeks after the merger announced that it will raise tariff charges beginning December 1. The company has come up with new 28, 84 and 365 days plans.
28 days plans
Rs 49-- Rs 38 talktime and 100 MB data. The customers will be charged Rs 2.5 second per second.
Rs 79-- Rs 64 talktime and 200 MB data. Customers will be charged Rs 1 paisa per second for voice calls
Rs 149-- 2GB data and 300 SMS.
Rs 249-- 1.5 GB data and 100 SMS per day
Rs 299-- 2 GB data and 100 SMS per day
Note: The above plans include 1000 minute FUP limit.
84 days plans
Rs 379-- 6 GB data and 1000 free SMS
Rs 599-- 1.5 GB data and 100 SMS on daily basis
RS 699-- 2GB data and 100 SMS per day
Note: The above plans include 3000-minute FUP limit.
Rs 1,499-- 12,000 FUP limit, 24 GB data and 2600 free SMS
Rs 2,399-- 12,000 FUP limit, 1.5 GB data and 100 SMS each day
Under unlimited Satchet, there is Rs 19 Unlimited On-net Voice, 150 MB data, 100 SMS, two days validity.
First recharge plans:
Rs 97-- with Rs 45 Talktime, 100 MB data, 1p/sec tariff, 28 days validity.
Rs 197-- Unlimited Voice (FUP of 1000 mins for off-net calls), 2 GB data, 300 SMS, 28 days validity.
Rs 297-- on Unlimited Voice (FUP of 1000 mins for off-net calls), 1.5 GB/day of Data, 100 SMS/day, 28 days validity
Rs 647-- for Unlimited Voice (FUP of 3000 mins for off-net calls), 1.5 GB/day of Data, 100 SMS/day, 84 days validity.
Other telecom operators Airtel and Reliance Jio will also raise prices in the coming days. The decision to raise charges comes on the back of the Supreme Court's decision on AGR, in which telecom operators need to pay roughly Rs 92,000 crore. The amount shall be paid with three months. To inform, Vodafone had registered a loss of Rs 50,921 crore in its previous quarter.
Posted By: James Kuanal