Last week, we talked about prepaid plans from Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone that offer up to 1.5GB daily data. Today, we will be talking about plans that offer 2GB daily data and more. One common thing among plans from Airtel and Vodafone is that they both offer unlimited local and national calling without any
Along with Vodafone and Airtel, even Reliance Jio liked its prepaid plan prices in December 2019. And while other operators are offering truly unlimited calling, Jio is still charging 6 paise per minute for off-net calls. Though, it is offering better data benefits compared to the competitors. Here is a look at the best Reliance
Telecom operators recently hiked prepaid plan prices by up to 42 percent. And while operators like Reliance Jio are charging for calls made to other operators, Airtel and Vodafone are offer truly unlimited calling. There are various plans to choose from the ones with fixed data to something that offers set amount of data, daily.
In December 2019, telecom operators hiked prepaid tariff plans by up to 42 percent. Along with the price hike, some plans now come with less validity and reduced data. When Airtel announced the price hike, it started charging for voice calls at 6 paise per minute for calls made to other operators. However, now, the
Chinese smartphone makers Oppo, Xiaomi, and Vivo has long been working on a cross-brand file sharing solution. As previously noted, this new file transfer system will be based on Wi-Fi Direct transfer technology. All three companies are expanding their Peer-to-Peer Transmission alliance to the global market. With the help of this technology, users can transfer
Telecom operator, Airtel, has announced two new prepaid recharge plans for its subscribers. Priced at Rs 279 and Rs 379, Airtel aims to take on rivals Reliance Jio and Vodafone with its offering. The plans offer unlimited local and national calling without any FUP. Here is all you need to know. Airtel Rs 279 prepaid
The telecom operators in India recently hiked tariff plans by up over 40 percent. In fact, Airtel hiked its minimum prepaid recharge by 95 percent to Rs 45, up from Rs 23. Operators like Reliance Jio are offering unlimited voice calling benefits within the network. Calls made on other network are charged at 6 paise
The telecom regulator is closing in with the floor pricing in India. It will soon roll out a consultation paper on the matter, which could see another price hike in prepaid and postpaid plans. Now, ahead of that, Airtel has hiked the minimum prepaid recharge value. Here is all you need to know about the
Facebook has come under the cross-hairs for data leaks and breaches before. The company has now suffered yet another data leak. This time, the leak has compromised the details of over 267 million Facebook user s IDs, phone numbers and names. The leaked details could be misused for mass spam and phishing campaigns. Bob Diachenko,
Starting December 3, new prepaid plans from Airtel and Vodafone went live. Even Reliance Jio hiked prepaid plans starting December 6. These plans come with a price hike of up to 42 percent. And while BSNL has not hiked prices of its prepaid plans, the state-run telco has revised the validity for some of its
In yet another massive data breach incident, data of over 32 crore subscribers of telecom major Airtel were exposed. The data leaked due to a serious security flaw in the Airtel mobile app. Ehraz Ahmed, a Bengaluru-based researcher, who first noticed the fault, shared the details in a post on December 6, 2019. As per
Telecom operators such as Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone have finally revealed their new prepaid recharge plans. The new plans accommodate up to 42 percent price hike. Also, off-net calling to other operators will now have an FUP, and beyond that, 6 paise per minute will be the charges. New tariff plans from Reliance Jio
Even as BSNL continues to struggle to keep up with the competition, the telco doesn t shy away from releasing new plans. BSNL has recently introduced a number of prepaid plans for its subscribers with added benefits. Now, the company has reintroduced a popular broadband plan. Here is all you need to know. BSNL Rs
BSNL has constantly been revising its prepaid plans to better compete with other telcos. And most of the offering is not only aggressive in terms of pricing, but offers better benefits too. Now, BSNL has launched a new long-validity prepaid plan at Rs 999 for its subscribers. Here is all you need to know. BSNL
As expected, telecom operator Vodafone Idea has hiked its prepaid plan prices. In an official statement, the company said that the new plans will go live starting December 3 2019. Prices of new prepaid plans start at Rs 19 with 2 days validity, and go all the way up to Rs 2,399 offering 365 days
Tata Sky is the top DTH operator in India, but the company also offer high-speed broadband services. Although the presence of Tata Sky Broadband is not there is all cities, the company is offering its services in prominent cities. It is already facing tough competition from BSNL and Reliance JioFiber. To make its service even
State run telco, BSNL, has been trying to differentiate itself from competitors by offering prepaid plans at aggressive pricing. Although it has less number of plans compared to other telcos, subscribers can easily find a plan that suits their budget and requirement. After discontinuing the Rs 1,999 prepaid plan, BSNL has now reintroduced the same.
Total mobile data traffic could triple in India to reach 22 exabytes (EB) per month by 2025. The report noted that growth in the number of smartphone users is likely to be the reason of this growth. In addition, the increase in average usage per smartphone will contribute to this increase in mobile data traffic.
In yet another data breach, Facebook and Twitter have admitted that data of hundreds of users was improperly accessed. The companies clarified that some third-party apps on the Google Play Store were behind this improper access when users logged into the apps. Security researchers discovered that the One Audience and Mobiburn software development kits (SDK)
In January 2018, OnePlus discovered a big security flaw that reportedly leaked credit card information. This breach affected up to 40,000 OnePlus customers. Now, the company is alerting its customers of another security issue. OnePlus says that the breach happened as a result of unauthorized access to users' order information. The Chinese brand even emailed