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Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel have announced tariff hikes for their prepaid and postpaid plans from July 3. And following the two leading telcos, Vodafone Idea has also announced a hike in its recharge plan prices from July 4. However, the central government did not appear to interfere with this decision of the telecom operators. According to a report in Economic Times, the Center as well as TRAI want telecom operators to focus on improving the quality of services they provide. So the government will not interfere in the price hike decision.

In this context, a TRAI official told the newspaper that there is enough competition in the telecom industry. And this is not a particularly complicated situation, so the government did not object to this decision. However, customers may express some regret over the price hike. However, after three long years, the price of the recharge plan has been hiked, even marginally. So they should also accept this decision of telcos.

India's telecom regulator Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel have announced tariff hikes for their prepaid and postpaid plans from July 3. And following the two leading telcos, Vodafone Idea has also announced a hike in its recharge plan prices from July 4. However, the central government did not appear to interfere with this decision of the telecom operators. According to a report in Economic Times, the Center as well as TRAI want telecom operators to focus on improving the quality of services they provide. So the government will not interfere in the price hike decision.

In this context, a government official told the newspaper that there is enough competition in the telecom industry. And this is not a particularly complicated situation, so the government did not object to this decision. However, customers may express some regret over the price hike. However, after three long years, the price of the recharge plan has been hiked, even marginally. So they should also accept this decision of telcos.

A senior official of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India told ET that telecom operators have complete freedom to increase tariffs, and are expected to provide better service thereafter.

It may be noted that Jio, Airtel and Vodafone Idea last hiked the plan prices in December 2021 i.e. two and a half years ago. After that, Jio first announced a tariff hike from 12 to 27 percent on June 27. Then followed by Jio, Airtel also announced an 11 percent tariff hike.

In this context, Jio's 1 GB daily data add-on pack has increased from Tk 15 to Tk 19. And its 75 GB postpaid data plan has been increased from Tk 399 to Tk 449. Again, the most popular prepaid plan with 84 days validity has been hiked from Rs 666 to Rs 799. Apart from this, the annual plans of Rs 1,559 and Rs 2,999 have been increased to Rs 1,899 and Rs 3,599 respectively.

Meanwhile, Airtel has also increased the price of its daily 1GB data add-on pack from Tk 19 to Tk 22. Again, the price of the annual plan of Rs 2,999 with 2 GB daily data facility has been increased to Rs 3,599. Besides, the price of the Rs 179 plan has been increased to Rs 199, which offers 2GB data per day, 28 days validity and unlimited voice calls.

Meanwhile, the minimum recharge price for Vodafone IDR 28 days validity has increased from Tk 189 to Tk 199. Again, this telco's Rs 719 plan with 84 days validity and 1.5 GB data is now available at Rs 859. Vodafone Idea has also increased the price of its annual unlimited plan from Rs 2,899 to Rs 3,499. A senior official told ET that telecom operators have full freedom to increase tariffs, and are expected to provide better service thereafter.

It may be noted that Jio, Airtel and Vodafone Idea last hiked the plan prices in December 2021 i.e. two and a half years ago. After that, Jio first announced a tariff hike from 12 to 27 percent on June 27. Then followed by Jio, Airtel also announced an 11 percent tariff hike.

In this context, Jio's 1 GB daily data add-on pack has increased from Tk 15 to Tk 19. And its 75 GB postpaid data plan has been increased from Tk 399 to Tk 449. Again, the most popular prepaid plan with 84 days validity has been hiked from Rs 666 to Rs 799. Apart from this, the prices of annual plans of Rs 1,559 and Rs 2,999 have been increased to Rs 1,899 and Rs 3,599 respectively.

Meanwhile, Airtel has also increased the price of its daily 1GB data add-on pack from Tk 19 to Tk 22. Again, the price of the annual plan of Rs 2,999 with 2 GB daily data facility has been increased to Rs 3,599. Besides, the price of the Rs 179 plan has been increased to Rs 199, which offers 2GB data per day, 28 days validity and unlimited voice calls.

Meanwhile, the minimum recharge price for Vodafone IDR 28 days validity has increased from Tk 189 to Tk 199. Again, this telco's Rs 719 plan with 84 days validity and 1.5GB data is now available at Rs 859. Vodafone Idea has also increased the price of its annual unlimited plan from Rs 2,899 to Rs 3,499.

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