Talking on mobile and using internet is going to be expensive soon. Actually, telecom companies can increase their tariff plans. Because of this, now users will find recharge plans more expensive than before. In addition, data packs can also be expensive. According to the report, telecom companies are set to increase rates from 1 April. The Investment Information and Credit Rating Agency (ICRA) report states that telecom companies may increase the rates of their tariff plans from the coming financial year 2021–22, starting from 1 April to increase revenue. Explain that earlier this year, companies had increased tariffs.
Revenue will increase
However, the report does not say how much the telecom companies will increase the prices of their tariff plans. At the same time, ICRA has said in its report that the increase in tariff and upgrade of customers from 2G to 4G will improve the average revenue of telecom companies. According to the report, it can be around 220 rupees per user year. In the next 2 years, the industry’s revenue will increase from 11 percent to 13 percent and in FY 2022, operating margin will increase by about 38 percent.
Data consumption increased during the coronary
Explain that the consumption of data has increased more during the coronary period. Internet consumption increased due to work from home and study from home during the lockdown caused by the Corona epidemic. The situation improved due to data usage and tariff increases in the lockdown.
1.6 lakh crore rupees owed to telecom companies
According to the report, the telecom companies owe Rs 1.69 lakh crore to the total adjusted gross revenue (AGR). Out of this, 15 telecom companies have paid only Rs 30,254 crore so far. Talking about the outstanding amount, according to the report, about 25,976 crore rupees on Airtel, 50399 crore rupees on Vodafone Idea and about 16,798 crore rupees on Tata Teleservices.
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