Mobile holders will have to shell out 440 volts: now charge for incoming calls

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Telecom companies have given a big shock to mobile users. Now the companies have stopped the facility of free incoming calls being given for years. Now users will have to retire at least 35 rupees per month (28 days) for incoming calls.
Otherwise the incoming service will also be closed, after some time the incoming service will also be closed.
There was a time when mobile network companies used to levy charges per minute for an incoming call, not just going out. For some years, internet packs were also very expensive.
If the telecom market changed in the rival of the competition, then companies stopped charging incoming calls. After that going calls too cheap Now because of the cheap data pack, where internet users are constantly increasing, voice calling has become free for the general public. The new SIM card has been meeting with the validity of 20-30 years.
Currently there are many users who keep mobile for incoming incoming calls. Just recharge 20-30 rupees to make a Miss Call. In this case, for incoming calls also, Rs 35 will be recharged every month.
Customers will continue incoming for 28 days on recharge of Rs 35. There will also be a balance of 26 rupees. Going off will be closed on 29th day despite the balance. The new balance will be added to the new recharge. On this, general manager KP Verma said that every company is charging charges for its service. The new rule for incoming has been made. Mobile users are so much recharged.

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