Airtel Might Offer Cheaper Voice Calls In Future, But Not Free

Airtel Might Offer Cheaper Voice Calls In Future, But Not Free
November 06 16:59 2016

All the telecom companies are giving many offers for all of its subscriber and users. The giant telecom operator Airtel giving nice and cheaper offer in future but this could not easy ways. This will not gettable as free that like seems. Reliance Jio that the big company want to get market share with its free voice offering.

On the other fact the largest telecom company Airtel is aiming to offering life time free voice call. This will be the nice business platform for the company. Because there are about 80% of their revenue from voice that they get. But Reliance Jio get there revenue from its data packs for sustenance and market penetration.

“brutally competitive market” and said that the competitors kept Airtel at it toes, but it never got “obsessed” with them that mentioned to the telecom sector by India and South Asia, Bharti Airtel, MD & CEO Gopal Vittal.

More over said about Jio, that Reliance Jio is the immensely competitive telecom market. They have bound to ‘market penetration’. They should think about their pricing strategy. In a meeting Vittal said that “If the question is are you going to see price erosion…I think given that you have a new entrant on the horizon, yes, you will see some price erosion. Because that is the game new entrant will play”.

People as know that ‘Welcome Offer’ will valid till 31st December of this year. That Reliance Jio planed its offering free voice and data to its subscribers. The offer will gettable for the people who take a Jio SIM before 3 December. However the business policy are going to this part of world for the voice calling service.

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