Major telecom service provider Bharti Airtel has made huge reductions in ISD call rates to Bangladesh and Nepal.
Airtel has also terminated the ISD pack for regular calls to these two countries. Customers of the company will be able to call rates of Rs 2.99 per minute in Bangladesh, which is still 12 rupees per minute. That is, the company has cut 75% of the call rate in Bangladesh.
At the same time, in the case of Nepal, Airtel has reduced the call rate fee from Rs 13 per minute to 40% to 7.99 rupees per minute. According to Airtel’s claims, these new ISD call charges, currently available to Airtel prepaid consumers, are the lowest in comparison to the rest of the companies. At the same time, Airtel consumers will not even need any special recharge to make calls in Bangladesh and Nepal.
Meanwhile, the share of Airtel in BSE rose to Rs 331.10 in open at Rs 328.00 with an increase of Rs 327.20 compared to the previous closed level.
It is running at Rs. 329.25 with an increase of Rs. 2.05 or 0.63%, at 11 o’clock. At this price, the company’s market capitalization was Rs 1,31,614.40 crore. At the same time, its last 52 weeks peak is 427.00 rupees and the lower level is 277.00 rupees.
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