Airtel, Voda Idea raise tariffs by up to 50 per cent, Jio by 40 per cent.
Bharti and Vodafone Idea have filed separate review petitions in the Supreme Court.
Jio said that the telecom regulator TRAI is likely to initiate consultation process for revision in telecom tariffs.
Vodafone had asked the government for a relief package comprising a two-year moratorium on spectrum payments.
A three-judge bench, headed by Justice Arun Mishra, upheld the definition of adjusted gross revenue formulated by the Department of Telecom.
The report found that Jio's 4G services are available to users 97.8 per cent of the time, Airtel stood second with 89.2 per cent.
Kumar Mangalam Birla, head of Vodafone Idea, had sent an SOS to the government earlier also for deferring statutory payments.
Vodafone, however, maintained lead in terms of upload with 5.5 mbps speed.
BSNL as well as MTNL had delayed payment of salaries for February until mid-March due to a financial crisis.
Vodafone has come out with this scheme to attract new customers and make the existing ones happy.