Airtel Home Broadband –
100% additional data will be given to Airtel Home Broadband users
Bharti Airtel announced a new plan for home broadband users on Wednesday, under which they will get 100 percent additional high-speed data on their same monthly rent. Bharti Airtel (India) Hemant Kumar Guruswami said, “Our new plan aims to take India to the digital super highway and it is complementary to our ‘V-fiber’ super fast broadband.”
In the statement, the company said that the use of high-speed data in the country is increasing rapidly and in order to fulfill this demand and to provide a hassle-free high side data experience in the multi device environment, Airtel has prepared a ‘V-Fiber‘ network in view of the future. , Which gives frequent speed of 100 Mbps in homes.
The change made in Airtel’s broadband plan has been done with ‘V-fiber’ in mind. Now, in Delhi, plans for Rs 899 will now get 60 GB instead of 30 GB. Plans for Rs 1,099 will now get 160 GB data in plan, 90 GB data in the plan, Rs 1,299 and 125 GB data, Rs 1,499.
Apply & Book For Airtel V-Fiber Broadband Connection:-
- If you want a new connection so Click Here.
- You will see “Apply for broadband connection”.
- Now “Enter Your City” click it.
- Select any Broadband plans Like – 999, 1099, 1299, 1499 – as you wish.
- Now click on “Book Now” option.
- Fill up your all the required details & Submit it.
- Soon you will receive the verification call from one of their executive for verification purpose.
That’s it!! Enjoy unlimited broadband service for 3 months.
Last month, it was also heard that Finnish company Nokia was once again ready to return to mobile space. At the same time, Nokia is working with the country’s top telecom company Bharti Airtel and the government company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) to convert its existing network into 5G.
He said that there is a commercial launch of 5G technology from 2019 to 2020 worldwide. He said that field-content and applications related to 5G in India will start from about 2018.
Nokia has already provided 4G equipment for network of Airtel in nine circles in Gujarat, Bihar, UP East, Mumbai, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Odisha, Punjab and Kerala. Recently, Nokia has emerged as the L1 (lowest) bidder for the phase-8 expansion of BSNL, and is currently working on the Advance Purchase Order (APO) for telecom operators.