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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Airtel launched data carry forward plans in broadband internet users

  MyNetworkPlans       Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Bharti Airtel, India's leading telecom operator, has extended its tipping data to its broadband home customers Tuesday, where its customers can get up to 1,000 GB of data.

The Airtel movement comes with Reliance Jio efforts to launch JioFiber preview preview offer for its broadband service in selected areas of Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Ahmedabad, Jamnagar, Surat and Vadodara. Jios Service is expected to launch commercially early next year.

Airtel has introduced functionality for its postpaid subscribers earlier this year as part of the Forward Project. Broadtel Home Broadband has more than 2.1 million customers and is the second largest broadband provider in India.

"With this innovation, our domestic broadband users no longer have to worry about the unused data that will always be available to them." Broadband at home continues to lead the huge increase in consumption of online content in the home and the combination of Airtel V-fiber and 'Transfer date' provide a truly first class for digital homes today "said George Mathen, CEO of Homes, Bharti Airtel

Broadband at home will be crucial for users of prices as high quality data accessible in India, analysts said, adding that the entry of Jios would open the market and has generated greater demands.

To compete better with JioFiber, which offers speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second, Airtel Airtel has launched Myhome surprises and rewards, which offer customers additional benefits over the data. In addition, "V-Fiber" was launched, offering speeds of up to 100 Mbps. The V-fiber service is now available in 87 cities in India.

The "V-Fiber" service is based on vectorization technology that allows the copper-based supply chain to offer up to 100 Mbps at home. V-Fiber is available in areas where Airtel does not offer fiber for broadband services.
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