At this time when a big range of Smartphone has unveiled in the market, the telecom company Nokia has launched its new web-enabled phone Asha 202, best under the budget buy with fast network accessibility.
The new Asha 202 that is available just at Rs 4,149, completely under the user’s budget – features web browsing, social networking, gaming and entertainment with high usage of data on the device, making much cheaper. Read the rest of this entry…
Bharti Airtel offered a good and beneficial 1-day Bridge DataRoamUnlimited scheme to postpaid users under which they will get unlimited data usage whether in case of roaming across Asia Pacific for USD 10 per day.
According to Bridge DataRoamUnlimited plan, users will charge with a flat rate data roaming on a daily basis. Decision of launching this unlimited international data roaming plan is seeking to advance planning of covering the entire customer segment that needed fastest internet access as TD-LTE, a 4G mobile broadband technology will be launched later this year. Read the rest of this entry…
The telecommunication firm Airtel that is known for its fast networking service, now introduces its new ‘BBM Plan’ for BlackBerry’s customers.
The Black Berry Messenger service is popularly liking by India youth and keeping that thing in mind Airtel has launched its new plan of fixed fee that subscribed by postpaid mobile customers.
As per plan the customers should have access unlimited the BlackBerry Messenger service along with 300 national messages to only Black Berry Mobile phone users by paying a fixed fee of Rs. 129 per month.
Along with Airtel, Vodafone Company has also launched same plan on next week except name change that is of ‘Go BBM’.
There are two options for Vodafone customer regarding the plan that is they can usage the unlimited access of BBM service on Rs. 5 per day or Rs. 129 per month for prepaid. And for post paid there will be fixed price of Rs 129 per month.
However at this time BBM, the instant messaging service, seems to be one of the most liking social networks with over 50 million users. Read the rest of this entry…
Once again a big fire broke out in Bharti Airtel centre at Malad around 2.30am. This is the second case in 3 years that disrupted the Airtel telecom services.
First time a fire broke out at Peninsula tower in July 2008 and it had taken a month to restore the network snag.
On the basis of data, around estimated 36 lakh customers are across the state’s western region. And they all were missed by the services.
A source reported that no harmful incident was happened and no one injured in this accident. A short-circuit said to be the cause of the fire. Read the rest of this entry…
Some fresh reports have said that due to financial pressure, one of the biggest private sector telecom leader Airtel has recently announced to hike the tariff of its international call rates by up to 10 percent for some destinations for all customers and slashed some benefits on add-on services for its prepaid customers.
While talking to media, an official from the company said, “Tariff rationalisation is a continuous process and a function of market dynamics. With the correction of tariffs for a few international destinations, we continue to remain competitive and deliver value to our customers.” Read the rest of this entry…