Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea and Reliance Jio have announced tariff hikes in their regular plans to deal with the financial stress the sector is undergoing. The new rates comes into effect on December 3 for Bharti Airtel and Vodafone-Idea, while Reliance Jio will continue with its existing tariff plans until December 6, 2019. The new rates for Reliance Jio haven't been made public yet, but the company has announced that it will increase its prices by 40%. Airtel's revised tariff plans [caption id="attachment_208159" align="aligncenter" width="1431"] Courtesy: Airtel[/caption] Vodafone Idea's revised tariff plans [caption id="attachment_208161" align="aligncenter" width="574"] Courtesy: Vodafone Idea[/caption] Reliance Jio's revised tariff plan Unlike Airtel and Vodafone Idea, Reliance Jio has not revealed its revised tariff plans yet. However, in a statement, the company said that its new plans, effective from December 6, will be priced 40% higher than…
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