Bad news for Airtel users! Recharge plans may soon become expensive

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If you are also an Airtel user then this news is for you only. Actually, the company may increase its tariff plans in the coming days. However, this is not the first time that news of Airtel making recharge plans expensive has come to light. Even before this, this information has appeared in media reports many times. But, Airtel Chairman Sunil Mittal has hinted about tariff hike in an interview. Let us tell you further how much the price of the plans may increase and what Sunil Mittal has said.

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Sunil Mittal gave a hint

According to media reports an interview Sunil Mittal said that telecom tariffs in India can be increased to make the market sustainable. However, no information has been given about when and how much the tariff hike will be.

It is noteworthy that Airtel is the second largest telecom company of India, whose aim is to increase its average revenue per user to Rs 300 crore in the coming time. For this reason, Airtel wants to increase the prices of its recharge plans as soon as possible.

After Airtel, Jio-Vi can also increase prices

After this news, it is believed that if Airtel's tariff plan increases, then Jio and Vi present in the market can also make their recharge plans expensive. However, till now there is no official information available from any company regarding tariff hike. But, it has often been seen that if a company increases the recharge plan in this way, then other companies also increase the price after that.

Airtel can change sim

According to some media reports, now preparations are being made to make recycled PVC SIM cards instead of plastic SIM cards. For this, Airtel has signed a contract with technology solution provider Idemia Secure Transaction Company.

That's why Airtel SIM is going to change

Airtel informed that by not using plastic SIMs, there will be a reduction of more than 690 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions every year in future. According to Airtel, the company will also be the first company to manufacture recycled plastic SIM cards.

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