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Earlier the company’s share in this sector was around 24-25 thousand crore rupees. This capital has mainly been spent on multiple sectors including mobile antennas, fiber, broadband, enterprise technology data centers.
India’s Airtel has 3,293 base stations to offer 5G services as of November 26, according to Union Telecom Ministry data.
Bharti Airtel has increased the 28-day minimum recharge price by 55% in Haryana and Odisha. It has been increased to 155 rupees. The company has discontinued the previous minimum recharge plan of Rs.99. Where 200 megabytes of data was offered and the call rate was 2.5 paisa per second.
The newly launched Rs 155 plan in Haryana and Odisha offers unlimited calling, 1 GB data and 300 SMS. According to Airtel sources, customers have responded well to this new plan so far.
According to some Airtel executives, this new plan will be run for 6 weeks. After seeing its results, it will be introduced in other circles as well.
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But customers will be charged an additional premium for 5G services, a company official said. Because, this model has not proved profitable anywhere in the world, he says.
According to statistics, Airtel’s average revenue per user (ARPU) for the July-September half of 2022 is Rs 190. Which was Rs 153 in the same half of last year. As a result, Airtel is in a good position in terms of revenue.