Before the arrival of 5G services, expensive plans of Indian customers will be hit hard. That’s why a recent report said that the country’s three major telcos, Airtel, VI and Jio, can raise tariff prices to cover their recent expenses. In fact, the 5G spectrum auction has ended in India, in which Jio bought 24,740 MHz of spectrum for Rs 88,078 crore, Airtel acquired 19867.8 MHz of spectrum for Rs 43,084 crore and Vodafone Idea (VI) in the mid-band 5G spectrum. 3300 megahertz and mmwave 5G have acquired 26 gigahertz spectrum. It is expected that all three telecom companies will launch 5G connectivity in India this year. Jio Chairman Akash Ambani has also signaled the launch of 5G connectivity across the country around August 15. After the 5G auction ended, Ambani said, “We will organize ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ with 5G rollout across India.
Jio is committed to offering world-class, affordable 5G and 5G-enabled services.” As telecom companies prepare to launch 5G services in India, experts believe that telecoms will have to pay for their recent expenses. के लिये भारत में तारीफ भग्डा हैन हैन.
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Department of Telecom (DoT) નેક્ક્ટમ ક્ર્ટ્ટ્ટ સ્સ્ક્ટ્યા સાક્ટ્યા શુક્લ (SUC) નેન લા ર્યા યી. भिविया ने तिन पेक्त floor rate भी खामी कर डिया है Because of these changes, Nomura Research researchers believe that three telecom companies are expecting a modest four percent increase in tariffs.
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The research organization also said that Jio users may face more tariff hikes than Airtel users. Nomura’s researchers also said in their report that both companies, namely Jio and Airtel, are expected to set premium prices for their 5G plans.
ICICI Securities believes that telecom companies can increase tariffs by up to 15 percent to cover their recent expenses. This information is given by Telecom Talk in its report. ET Telecom reported that the DoT expects telecom companies to deposit around Rs 13500 crore in the next 10 days as first installment, of which Jio will contribute around Rs 7838 crore, Airtel around Rs 3834 crore, Vi around Rs 1673 crore and Adani Data Network around Rs. 212 crore rupees will be paid.
It’s important to note that it’s the first time we’ve heard about telecom companies increasing their tariffs in India. The first round of tariff hikes last year was in November-December, with telecom companies warning of another round of tariff hikes this year.
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Vodafone Idea CEO Ravinder Takkar while announcing the quarterly revenue for the third quarter of fiscal year 2022 said, “It is possible that there will be another price increase in 2022. Of course, at some point, the price will increase.” .” Bharti Airtel’s MD and CEO for India and South Asia had similar views to Gopal Vittal. आश्य आस साल की भूर्ष में कहा था, “जुजे 2022 में तारिफ बेधोटरी की अध्या है.”