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Vodafone Idea increases its tariffs of its postpaid plans and data plans

Vodafone Idea increases its tariffs of its postpaid plans and data plans

Vodafone Idea has announced a tariff hike in its postpaid plans. The third largest telecom company in India has silently increased prices of two of its postpaid plans by ₹50. The new tariffs are now in effect. According to Vodafone Idea’s website, the ₹598 plan is now available for ₹649, while the ₹749 plan is now priced at ₹799. It is worth noting that these two plans are a part of Vodafone Idea’s RED Family plans, not individual plans.

The new tariffs are now applicable in all the circles where Vodafone Idea offers RED Family plans. Vodafone Idea has increased prices of two out of eight postpaid plans it currently offers. This tariff hike affects the ₹598 and ₹749 plans, both of which are a part of the RED Family postpaid plans. The new plan prices are ₹649 and ₹799.

The ₹649 plan offers unlimited voice calls, up to 80GB data and 100 SMS per month. This plan supports up to two connections. The ₹799 plan offers up to 120GB of data and supports up to three connections. Both the plans include free 1 year of Amazon Prime, Zee5, and Vi Movies & TV subscriptions. Although Vodafone Idea might need more than just tariff hikes to survive in the Indian telecom industry, it also needs to increase its average revenue per user (ARPU) considerably to stabilize.

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