Tata Docomo increases base tariffs to 2p/sec for GSM & CDMA customers.
Tata Docomo, which is heralded as pioneer in introducing per second plan, has joined the bandwagon of companies increasing tariffs in telecom space. Tata Docomo has enhanced its base tariff for new activations with effect from 6th April 2013. It will be charging 2p/sec for all local and STD calls for a one year as base tariff for new GSM & CDMA customers. Tata Docomo today released a public notice in newspapers mentioning the increased tariffs. Almost all major telecom operators including state run telecom PSUs BSNL and MTNL have been increasing their tariffs and slashing free benefits in the past few months. Base tariffs for voice calls under ‘Per Second Plan’ , which were once 1p/sec across all operators, now range between 1.2p/sec to 2p/sec. Vodafone base tariff is presently 1.5p/sec and 1.2p.sec for all local/STD mobile calls and 2p/sec for calls to landline under different prepaid plans. Similarly BSNL under its Per Second Plan charges 1.2p/sec for all On-net calls and 1.5p/sec for all Off-net calls .
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