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Bharti Airtel hikes minimum recharge for prepaid users - Navadha Pandey, Mint
Bharti Airtel Ltd has raised the minimum monthly recharge for prepaid users to ?45 with immediate effect from Sunday, more than a year after it set this tariff at ?35. This means every Airtel prepaid user will have to pay a minimum of ?10 more every month to stay on its network. “It will be mandatory to recharge with a voucher of ?45 or above every 28 days to avail services," Airtel said in a notice on Sunday.
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Cyrus Mistry brought my group disrepute, says Ratan Tata in his SC plea - Economic Times
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Sensex starts new year on strong note, RIL leads gains - Surajit Dasgupta, Mint
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JioMart: Ambani unveils Flipkart, Amazon competitor - Deccan Herald
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