Running this firm's SIM can be pricey, charges are going to extend manifold

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new Delhi: A particular information is coming between low-cost calling and information affords coming every day. Vodafone Idea has determined to extend its tariff. The firm is now contemplating rising the price for cellular information from its customers to a minimal of Rs 35 per GB. This worth is about seven-eight occasions greater than the corporate's present price. The firm has sought permission from the federal government to implement this new tariff. It is prone to be determined quickly. Let it’s mentioned that Vodafone Idea has an impressive AGR of about 53 thousand crores. <! –

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                 Let it’s mentioned that Vodafone Idea has an impressive AGR of about 53 thousand crores. The firm is making each effort to repay it.

Trying to get more cash from clients
Sources say that Vodafone Idea, which is beneath the burden of debt, has to repay its 53 thousand crore rupees. In this episode, the corporate is contemplating that the cellular tariff ought to be elevated from the approaching April. For this purpose, now the corporate is pondering of accelerating the price for cellular information to a minimal of Rs 35 per GB. Simultaneously, the corporate is pondering of accelerating the decision price by 6 paise. A minimal price of six paise per minute will also be charged for name providers. The firm has sought permission from the central authorities to implement this new tariff. Sources say that the corporate is pondering of accelerating these steps at a time when it has already raised the charges of cellular providers by 50 % throughout the final three months.

Telecom division is contemplating debt concession
On the opposite hand, officers of the Telecom Department say that the Ministry is contemplating giving some reduction to the prevailing AGR dues on Vodafone Idea. It is predicted that each one telecom firms ought to be given a while to pay the AGR dues. The authorities desires firms to have the ability to pay in installments.

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