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In this paper, we investigate the effects of pricing incentives in order to control the number of users requested access in cellular system. The system has been modeled as continuous time Markov chains with Poisson traffic for both new and handover calls. With mathematical results, formulations have been derived to show the values of new call blocking probability, probability of new calls are given up because of changing price and the total revenue. The results explain that by setting a suitable price it not only can reduce new call blocking probability but also can increase the total revenue in the system. Although, some calls have given up because of changing price.