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Jul 19, 2018
Vodafone revises Rs 199 prepaid plan, now offers 2.8 GB daily data for 28 daysThe revised plan is applicable only in Vodafone’s 4G circles, everywhere else, the old offer applies.
May 17, 2018
Airtel joins Jio in offering 'truly unlimited' data to its prepaid customers, giving users 128 Kbps speeds even after they hit their daily data capsAirtel's offer improves on Jio's offer by offering double the internet speed post the usage of the high-speed data.
Aug 21, 2017
MTNL increases 3G mobile internet data limit by three times for prepaid customersState-run telecom firm MTNL said it has increased 3G mobile Internet data limit by up to three times at the same price for its prepaid customers.
Aug 18, 2017
South Africa's watchdog launches an investigation into the high data cost of internet in the countryA 2016 World Bank report found that users in South Africa paid around $14.10 for one gigabyte of data, the fourth highest out of 17 African countries.
Jul 02, 2017
Google's Triangle app to give Android users better control over mobile dataCurrently, this is being tested in the Philippines only, where it is available for prepaid and postpaid users of Globe and Smart networks.
Apr 25, 2017
Reliance lifts Jio investment above $30 billion after record profit to expand 4G reachReliance Jio started charging for internet data this month, after more than seven months of free services, but has kept prices low.
Aug 19, 2016
Trai allows 1-year validity for mobile Internet data packsAt present, a company can issue recharge voucher, which can be valid for a maximum 90 days
Jul 30, 2014
Internet users unclear about data prices, end up paying more: US watchdogArray
Jul 10, 2014
Britain to push through new measures for mobile, internet snoopingBritain's Prime Minister David Cameron pledged to rush through new measures to give police and spy agencies the power to scoop up mobile and internet data.
Jun 20, 2014
Indians okay giving up online privacy for convenience: studyIndians are more likely to trade personal information like address and consumption habits compared to their global counterparts for online convenience, a study by technology firm EMC today said.