Aircel Hikes Its Tariff in Tamil Nadu

By July 25th, 2011 AT 10:14 AM

Aircel Hikes Its Tariff in Tamil NaduSoon after Airtel and Idea, Aircel the country’s 5th largest cellular operator is now following the trend of hiking its tariffs.

This is the first bold move from any operator in Tamil Nadu circle which has the maximum market share in the state. Aircel is the No.1 operator in Tamil Nadu and Chennai.

In the lines of maximising its profitability Aircel has also made changes in the tariff structure.

In an exclusive user feedback we got he reported to have received an sms from Aircel [DT-Aircel] stating about the hike in charges.

The following charges are made effective from 25th July. 00:00Hrs. Base Plan tariff is being revised from early 1p/s to 1.2p/s for all local and STD on net calls and from 1.2p/s to 1.5p/s to other local and STD along with landlines. Other charges being constant.

Now we hope to see other operators to follow the trend as within days of Airtel raising the tariff other biggies have started to follow an alliance of raising equally. Now its just wait and watch game.

Thanks To Sathish Kumar.

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dont ever go for airtel,.go only,if u have plenty of cash to lost to them,they wil deduct without any reasn


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