India ranks third in the world in terms of cheap mobile data

In the last few years, there has been a reduction in the tariff of telecom services in the country. The main reason for this is the tough competition among telecom companies. In terms of cost of mobile data, India has the third lowest rate in the world. Israel is in the first place in this. There is a large number of people using smartphones in India. In the last decade, the reach and speed of internet in the country has increased rapidly.

One of the UK’s pricing comparison website Cable survey It is reported to have the third lowest data rate in India. The survey covered over 200 countries and over 5,200 mobile data plans. The cost of 1 GB data in Israel is the lowest at $0.04. In India, this cost is $0.17. The costliest data rate is $41.06 for 1 GB in the UK overseas territory of Saint Helena. The price of internet in India is decided on the basis of various factors. Recently, the country’s telecom companies Tariff has increased. Despite this, internet services in India are very cheap as compared to other countries.

The country’s second largest telecom company Bharti Airtel has recently introduced a new entry level plan of Rs 155 in seven regions. Due to this, the basic tariff has increased by about 57 percent. This plan is for seven regions including Karnataka, Bihar and Rajasthan. The company has abolished the tariff of Rs 99. The company had launched the new plan on a trial basis in Odisha and Haryana last year. After spending billions of dollars of telecom companies in the auction of 5G spectrum last year, these companies need to increase the tariff to increase the revenue. A key indicator of performance for telecom companies is Average Revenue Per User (ARPU). For Airtel, it stood at Rs 190 in the September quarter, up 3.8 per cent on a quarter-on-quarter basis and nearly 24 per cent on a year-on-year basis.

Reliance Jio started competing to reduce tariffs after entering the telecom sector six years ago. Due to this, other telecom companies also had to reduce the prices of their services. This had a major impact on the revenue and profit of these companies. Because of this, some telecom companies went out of business and some were merged. <!–


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