Recharge Plan: Why is the recharge plan only for 28 days and not 30 or 31 days? Such telecom companies are taking advantage (Photo: Freepik)
Earlier, telecom companies used to bring plans with 30 days validity for the convenience of their customers. But now almost every telecom company comes with a plan with only 28 days validity. But why this happened, why are telecom companies doing this? This includes from Reliance Jio to Airtel and Vodafone. Today we will tell you how telecom companies are fooling their customers. When there are 30 or 31 days in a month, then why is the recharge plan only for 28 days?
You recharge not 12 but 13 times in a year
Telecom companies give plans to their customers like this – One month validity plan comes with 28 days validity instead of 30 or 31 days, 2 months 56 days and if you take 3 months plan then 3 months plan In this you get only 84 days validity. In this way, telecom companies reduce the days in every plan. Which has a direct effect on the customer. The customer who should have recharged only 13 times in a year, now does it 13 times, even if it is due to compulsion.
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such cheating companies
Companies benefit a lot from these plans, by reducing 2 to 3 days from every month of the year, companies have made their 30 or 30 days, that is, by law, they should take the benefit of 12 months, but now they recharge 13 times in 12 months. By giving the plan, she is taking advantage of the whole extra month.
Only company to offer 30 days plan: BSNL
All telecom companies now provide plans to their users for 28 days. But BSNL is such a telecom company that even today offers a plan with a validity of 30 days to its users. That is, if you are a BSNL user, then you can take advantage of the plan with a validity of 30 days, not 28 days.
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