Airtel announces 20-25% hike on prepaid plans: Here’s the full list of new prices

Airtel is set to hike the price of its prepaid plans beginning later this week. Check out all details below.

 

Bharti Airtel has today announced that the telecom operator will be increasing its prepaid plan prices for various plans in India. The new rates will affect voice plans, unlimited voice and data plan bundles and data top-up recharges.

Based on the plan itself, the new hiked price will represent an increase of around 20 per cent to 25 per cent. The new changes in plans will be effective from November 26, 2021

The entry-level voice plan by Airtel now sees a 25 per cent hike, while most unlimited voice bundles (the plans with unlimited calling and a daily-data limit for speed) will see hikes of about 20 per cent.

New Airtel plans with prices

Airtel’s new prepaid plan prices now begin at Rs 99 instead of the Rs 79 plan. Meanwhile unlimited voice bundles now start at Rs 179, instead of the Rs 149 plan, going all the way up to Rs 2,999 instead of Rs 2,498 for the annual plan. Meanwhile, data top-ups are now priced at Rs 58 (3GB), Rs 118 (12GB) and Rs 301 (50GB). Here’s the full list of plans with their new prices.

Current Price (Rs)ValidityNew Price (Rs)Benefits
7928 days9950% more talktime at Rs 99, 200MB data 1p/sec voice tariff
14928 days179Unlimited calling, 100 SMS/day, 2 GB data
21928 days265Unlimited calling, 100 SMS/day, 1 GB/day data
24928 days299Unlimited calling, 100 SMS/day, 1.5 GB/day data
29828 days359Unlimited calling, 100 SMS/day, 2 GB/day data
39956 days479Unlimited calling, 100 SMS/day, 1.5 GB/day data
44956 days549Unlimited calling, 100 SMS/day, 2 GB/day data
37984 days455Unlimited calling, 100 SMS/day, 6 GB data
59884 days719Unlimited calling, 100 SMS/day, 1.5 GB/day data
69884 days839Unlimited calling, 100 SMS/day, 2 GB/day data
1498365 days1799Unlimited calling, 100 SMS/day, 24 GB data
2498365 days2999Unlimited calling, 100 SMS/day, 2 GB/day data
48Unlimited583 GB data
98Unlimited11812 GB data
251Unlimited30150 GB data

 

“Bharti Airtel has always maintained that the mobile Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) needs to be at Rs 200 and ultimately at Rs 300, so as to provide a reasonable return on capital that allows for a financially healthy business model,” the company said.

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