Airtel, Vodafone, Idea again give shocks to users after closing free Incoming calls..

After closing down the Lifetime Free incoming calls in the last quarter of last year and presenting the Minimum Recharge Plan, the country’s leading telecom companies Airtel, Vodafone, Idea have given another user another big blow.

These companies have increased their rates of international roaming. Because of this, users who go abroad will have to pay more roaming charges. And for them, calls are going to be expensive.

 

 

According to media reports, these companies have increased their international roaming rates by 20 percent. This is due to the frequent decline in revenues of these two companies.

Since all the telecom companies have to bear the loss since the commercial giants of Reliance Jio in the Indian telecom market. Since 2016, many private telecom companies of the country, Aircel, Reliance Communications, Tata Docomo, Uninor etc. have either closed down or merged with any other company.

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Let us tell you that last year, these two companies had introduced minimum recharge plans while ending their lifetime free incoming service. Under which the smallest minimum recharge package of 35 rupees was dropped.

After the expiry of the plan’s validity, the users had to choose one of these minimum recharge plans. Minimum recharge plans are available for Rs 35, Rs 65 and Rs 95. These companies had told the reason for the loss in their revenues after unloading the minimum recharge plan.

 

Once again, these companies have increased their international roaming charges by causing the losses in revenue. Apart from this, these companies have been offering their attractive recharge plans to challenge Reliance Jio last 2 years. These companies have not only lowered the rates of their calls but also cheaper their data plans too many times.

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