Bharati Airtel, one of the most visible private sector telecom operators in India as of today, has come out with yet another scheme to benefit its broadband customers. As of now, Airtel broadband customers, like customers of other service providers, have been accustomed to bills much more than their expectations in case of excessive usage and, in extreme cases, having their internet services put out of order. Now, with Airtel internet’s Smartbyte package, that is patently a thing of the past.
In a global scenario wherein technologies get updated on a daily basis and the new becomes old in a matter of weeks, to rely on fixed technological structures and not have reliable, timely updates and still expect to be pertinent is sheer folly. In the telecom sector in India, this point is amply illustrated by BSNL’s surrendering broadband services in as many as 17 circles throughout the country in order to seek a refund from the government in face of continuing losses.
Going to the bank is increasingly becoming redundant today. Instead, as an excellent alternative, we have a fitting range of convenient, easy to access banking services which enable us to handle almost all bank related work away from the bank. With these recent developments, going to the bank has lost its charm as well as utility for more regular activities. ATMs, internet banking and mobile banking have all changed the way we interact with our banks. Now money is transferred over phone calls, via messages and through the internet.
If you’re an irregular Vodafone customer, you’re in for some inconvenience. Vodafone’s latest decision to weed out all irregular users has come as a bad news for its subscribers. Before Vodafone, Bharti Airtel had taken this road and discontinued all connections inactive for 60 days or more and caused a furore in the market. Vodafone’s decision follows the Department of Telecom’s inflexible guidelines for allocation of new number series. They blame an acute shortage of new numbers for this unfortunate event.
Free recharge, launched in 2010, has already garnered popularity and emerged as a leader in online recharge options in Indian internet scheme. It offers prepaid mobile, DTH recharge and options of internet recharge of Data Card plans. The innovative services offered in the recharge space have helped freerecharge.in bag the pole position in the domain. Not just that, but its recent tie ups with Mastercard have ensured it maintains its lead and spreads its wings beyond the realm of internet users. This multiyear partnership has ensured that more Indians are attracted by Data Card Recharges and other online transactions, mainly due to the ease of its use.