Bharti Airtel moves all prepaid mobile customers to per second billing

Airtel says rollout is under the new 'Pay For What You Use' initiative.

By: Tech Desk | Updated: September 22, 2015 10:52 am
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Bharti Airtel Limited, the third largest mobile services provider, has started moving all its prepaid mobile customers to a more affordable per second bill plan. The rollout is under the new ‘Pay For What You Use’ initiative.

“Our customers are the reason for us to be in business, we therefore constantly introduce innovative initiatives with a commitment to deliver a world class experience to them. While we continue to invest aggressively in our network quality and deploy new sites to further enhance our robust and wide network presence, as yet another token measure of our commitment we are today taking the lead to move our customers to the affordable per second plans ensuring that they pay only for what they use,” said Ajai Puri, Director – Market Operations, Bharti Airtel.

Airtel says that a large majority of its prepaid customers were already on the per second billing plan and with this initiative, the company will ensure that all the prepaid mobile base is moved to the per second plan.

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    Narendra M
    Sep 21, 2015 at 5:29 pm
    This is a welcome decision by Airtel. But I believe this decision is also prompted by company;s desire to get ready for its tariff war with Reliance Jio, the telecom wing of Reliance Industries Ltd. Reliance Jio is expected to launch its much awaited 4G service by December, 2015.
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      SHIVA
      Sep 22, 2015 at 11:37 am
      I feel, This is to safe guard the charges that are going to be introduced by TRAI on call drops. Its a strategic decision by AIRTEL to avoid, as the prepaid customers are huge in base. Operational hles will be more than business benefits from prepaid section whose customer base is much more than post paid.
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