Reliance Communications hikes 3G Internet rates

4th December 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Reliance-CommunicationsNew Delhi, India, December 4, 2013: Reliance Communications (RCom), telecom service provider, has increased the charges for 3G mobile internet connections by 26%. In addition, Reliance Communications has reduced the benefit on its internet packages by up to 60%. According to reports, the cost of 1 GB of 3G data would now cost the users Rs 156, as opposed to the Rs 123 that they were charged earlier.

Moreover, the mobile internet pack costing Rs 123 will now allow users room for only 400 MB of 3G data. This is a fall of about 60% from the benefit that the telecom service provider used to give earlier.

Further, the data usage limits for the more expensive 3G mobile internet packs, which cost Rs 246 and Rs 492, have also been reduced. The limits have been brought down from 2 GB to 1.5 GB and 4 GB to 3 GB respectively.

Reliance Communications is not the only telecom service provider to have hiked the rates though. Other providers like Idea Cellular, Airtel and Vodafone have also increased their internet rates in the same manner, but they have done so for 2G connections. RCom has 3G services in all its 13 circles all over India.

 

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