Telecom Sector Check – Bharti Airtel Upgrades Post-Paid Plans With An Aim To Increase ARPU: CARE Ratings

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The telecom industry has been constantly hinting towards the need for an upward push in average revenue per user level and the telcos aim to increase their respective ARPU levels to at least Rs 200 per subscriber per month.

Taking a cue from this, Bharti Airtel Ltd. announced new post-paid plans for its corporate and retail customers on July 22, 2021.

Bharti Airtel along with Vodafone Idea Ltd. had increased tariffs by about 20%-40% for prepaid users in December 2019.

Corporate customers that involve volume of connections and business tools services have seen a change in plans — with plans costing Rs 199 a month and Rs 249 plan now starting from Rs 299 plan.

This will result in 20%-50% hike in tariffs of starting or beginning plans for corporate customers.

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