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Bharti Airtel Raises minimum Recharge to Rs 45 for prepaid users

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Bharti Airtel Raises minimum Recharge to Rs 45 for prepaid users

Bharti Airtel has raised the minimum recharge plan for its prepaid customers in the country. The operator increased the base plan from Rs 35 to Rs 45.

This means every Airtel prepaid user will have to pay a minimum of ₹10 more every month to stay on its network. “It will be mandatory to recharge with a voucher of ₹45 or above every 28 days to avail services,” Airtel said in a notice on Sunday.

The company added, “In case of non-recharge with a voucher of Rs 45 or above at the end of the tariff validity period, Airtel reserves the right to provide the plan benefits in a curtailed manner at its own discretion during the grace period of 15 days. In case of non-recharge of a voucher with Rs 45 or above, all services will be suspended post the grace period,”.

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The pack does not offer any data or calling benefits. Users will be charged 2.5 paise per second for any outgoing local and STD calls. One has to pay Re 1 for local SMS and Rs 1.5 for an STD message.

In November 2018, Bharti Airtel had announced that it had set the minimum tariff at ₹35 and through this. The company would be able to reduce the number of inactive customers, rein in general selling and administrative expenses. And help focus attention on improving services for better-paying users.

Via: Themobileindian

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