Published: Thu, November 09, 2017
Technology | By Russell Knight

Airtel broadband customers can now carry forward unused data balance


The user will also get 20 GB 4G/3G data at Rs 499 per month with Infinity Postpaid plan. This plan also comes enabled with a data rollover feature, which allows customers to carry forward their unused data subject to a maximum limit of 200 GB to the next billing cycle. Moreover, Airtel also offers handset device protection to customers for their smartphones which secures them from physical damage and malware.

While existing customers can check the data rollover eligibility on MyAirtel App, new customers can log on to Airtel's website to opt for a plan with data rollover, it said.

Airtel is now offering 20GB of 4G data, unlimited voice calling on national roaming, unlimited local and STD calling for a monthly postpaid data plan of Rs 499.

Pulwama encounter, Security forces killed Masood Azhar's nephew
The gunfight started late on Monday evening. "Two AK-47 rifles and a pistol were recovered from the encounter site", he said. Azhar is accused of several terrorist attacks in India, including one on the Pathankot air force station in January 2016.

For prepaid customers, Airtel has introduced a pack of Rs 448 under which users will get unlimited local and STD calls, unlimited outgoing calls on national roaming and 70GB of data with validity of 70 days. Airtel's refreshed offers come after Vodafone announced Vodafone RED national and global postpaid plans on Tuesday. Additionally, people will get free subscription to Wynk Music and Airtel TV.

"At Airtel, our constant endeavour is to deliver best-in-class service experience and great value to our customers". V-Fiber is available in areas where Airtel doesn't have fiber to offer broadband service.

The customers who are eligible for this facility can check it on the MyAirtel App.

RBA bets safe, leaves rates on hold
The RBA appears happier regarding house prices, with the national market cooling considerably over recent months. Most of the economists surveyed expect the RBA to start lifting rates by the second half of next year.

The country's largest telecom company on Tuesday launched the new Data Rollover facility for home fixed line broadband users.

In what I would call an incredible move, Bharti Airtel has now announced "Data Rollover" scheme for its broadband subscribers.

Waymo announces driverless test program in Phoenix, accepting ride hails soon
Many self-driving companies had circled 2020 as the date when self-driving vehicle technology would be deployed on US roads. Meanwhile, a "Get help" button will put riders in touch with Waymo's customer service center.

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