Airtel VoWi-Fi calling service is already available for select flagship devices like Samsung Galaxy Note 10+.
Airtel Xstream entertainment services can be accessed on phones, TVs and computers.
Vodafone Idea lags behind Airtel, Reliance Jio in sequential income growth with flat revenue.
Fani was one of the worst storms to hit India since 1999, taking the lives of 41 people in the state.
Here are the terms and conditions you need to know before you get the 4G Hotspot on rental basis.
With this decline, the gap between Reliance Jio and Airtel customer base narrowed in December.
TRAI is believed to meet the telecom chiefs on 4 December, and broadcasting heads on 7 December.
Here’s how new and existing Airtel Rs 399 plan subscriber can get these benefits.
Currently available in English, the feature will also be rolled out in regional languages.
The Rs 245 plan will give you 245 hours of talk time and 84 days of validity, only gives 2 GB of data
The Vodafone plan, however, comes with too many limitations on the free voice calling.
The support for VoLTE for Vodafone on Pixel 2 will be coming along with the next software update.
The doorstep delivery is only for post-paid customers who will pre-book the new iPhones.
Except in China, Hong Kong and Macau, the dual-SIM setup for everyone else is a nano + e-SIM setup.
With the plan revision, Airtel adds 20 GB data to the already existing 20 GB data it was offering.
The half-yearly plan begins at Rs 766 per month in Delhi and at Rs 591 per month Mumbai.
Prepaid customers will get 1 GB data free every day for 30 days in addition to the pack they opt for
Airtel updates Rs 98 data pack for Andhra Pradesh and Telangana by adding more data at the same price
The updated recharge pack of Airtel will provide 5 GB of 4 GB/ 3 GB data for 28 days. The pack is still costly as compared to other budget data packs.
At Rs 399, Airtel is offering 20 GB of 3G/4G internet data. Apart from that, it is also offering unlimited local, STD and incoming roaming calls.
Digital declaration draft has been approved to ensure data security says Airtel and GSMA chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal
According to Sunil Mittal, who is also the GSMA chairman said that data today sits in the hands of big companies.