While the Corona epidemic has already hit inflation all around, smartphone users will now have to bear the brunt of a 30 per cent increase in bills.
Smartphone users will be disappointed with this news
New Delhi: There are two types of smartphone users, one is prepaid and the other is postpaid. Both schemes have their own distinct advantages. Some people take out a prepaid plan because they find it cheaper. Some people take out a postpaid plan, as they see many benefits in such a plan. But now the users of both these plans are going to face a problem. Yes, smartphone users’ bills are expected to grow by 30 per cent in the next six months. While the Corona epidemic has already hit inflation all around, smartphone users will now have to bear the brunt of a 30 per cent increase in bills. (Smartphone users will be disappointed with the news; The next six months will be very difficult)
The plans of these companies will be expensive
Airtel has made the plans of its prepaid users more expensive, while other telecom companies are now taking similar steps. Airtel has increased its entry plan by 60 per cent. This means that the plan which was earlier available at Rs 49 has now been reduced to Rs 79. Apart from this, Vodafone Idea has also increased the price of its plans in some of its circles.
As plans become more expensive, so do those plans. Vodafone Idea has increased the price of its plan as the company is already running at a loss. In order to recover from this loss, it has become inevitable for the company to make the plan expensive. More than 90 per cent of customers in the telecom industry are users of prepaid plans.
Reduction in data benefits for corporate customers
Vodafone Idea, on the other hand, has slashed data benefits for its corporate customers under the Business Plus postpaid plan. Both companies are particularly focused on increasing the number of users on Vodafone Idea rentals and average revenue. According to analysts, Geo, currently the largest telecommunications company, is busy increasing the number of users at the expense of ARPU growth. Vodafone Idea is currently in bad shape. The company wants to pay Rs 22,000 crore by 2022. The company needs cash for this and that is why the company is now raising rates urgently. The current picture is that the company has no other option but to raise prices. (Smartphone users will be disappointed with the news; The next six months will be very difficult)
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