Is Airtel’s bonus broadband offer good enough to take on Reliance JioFiber?
Upon subscription to one of the select plans under the Big Bytes Offer, and after 7 days following the date of activation of their new connection, the user will be able to enjoy additional data under Big Byte offer, over and above the base plan chosen by them. The company adds that the unused data will be carried over each month till March 31, 2018, or the GBs getting over whichever is first. The company also stated that the offer will be “valid only for online purchase”. The cheapest plan starts at Rs 899 for which you will get 60 GB of data per month and extra 500 GB data for the year. As per the terms and conditions of the company, the big byte offer is available to all those customers who avail company’s services on or after June 12, 2017.
Along with data, Airtel1 is providing unlimited voice calls for both Local and STD on all networks from any region. New customers looking to get this offer need to visit “www.airtel.in/broadband2” and select base plan, enter mobile number and address to raise request for new broadband connection.
European Central Bank deny South Africa approach for Gibson4
Despite the absence of an official approach, England appeared to concede they are expecting one at the end of the current series. The first two hours we could have lost more than one wicket but it showed guts, skill and some luck to go into lunch one down.
Physicians Realty Trust (DOC) Downgraded by Jefferies Group LLC to Underperform5
The stock of Healthcare Realty Trust Inc (NYSE:HR) has “Buy” rating given on Thursday, August 3 by BMO Capital Markets. State Treasurer State of MI raised its position in shares of Healthcare Realty Trust by 1.3% in the first quarter.
Jio is speculated to launch a 100Mbps plan offering 100GB for free. As per Airtel website, the plan offers speed up to 40 Mbps. The completion among telecom operators is benefiting the consumers and they are enjoying the schemes at minimal charges.
0.10 per minute for Airtel to Airtel calls and Rs.
0.30 per minute for calls to other networks.
After taking repeated hits from the new rival Jio, Airtel has made a decision to hit back at the telecommunication company by swaying the customers with their all new “399 Plan”.
The move is reportedly aimed at taking on its rival Reliance Jio which has made competition tough in the telecom sector with its pocket-friendly offers.
- ^ Airtel (www.techradar.com)
- ^ broadband (telecom.economictimes.indiatimes.com)
- ^ Can Marvel’s Inhumans Be Saved? (fishinghd.com)
- ^ European Central Bank deny South Africa approach for Gibson (fishinghd.com)
- ^ Physicians Realty Trust (DOC) Downgraded by Jefferies Group LLC to Underperform (fishinghd.com)
- ^ Reliance Jio (telecom.economictimes.indiatimes.com)
- ^ JioFiber (www.businesstoday.in)