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India's top communication network Airtel announced that they revised the tariffs for the prepaid subscribers in the country. The new tariffs will be implemented from November 26th. Airtel announced a minimum price increase of Rs 20 for the prepaid plans and some of them are hiked up to Rs 501. For a reasonable return on the capital, Airtel announced the price hike. The top firm also said that this would be their healthy business model. The average revenue per user (ARPU) for Airtel is Rs 200 and it is now Rs 300. The highest prepaid plan of Airtel which was Rs 2498 is now updated to Rs 2999. The plan comes with a validity of 365 days along with 2GB data every day and 100 SMS per day.
There is a Rs 1498 plan and it is now revised to Rs 1799. The benefits are the same with a total of 24 GB. Rs 698 plans is now priced at Rs 839. The total validity is Rs 84 days. The Rs 598 prepaid plan is now priced at Rs 719 and it is valid for 84 days and offers 1.5 GB of data per day. Rs 449 prepaid plan is now priced at Rs 549 and Rs 399 plan has been revised to Rs 479. The Rs 79 plan is changed to Rs 99 and Rs 149 plan is changed to Rs 179. Rs 219 plan is changed to Rs 265 and Rs 249 plan is changed to Rs 299.