Google had already started rolling out free WiFi connectivity at Railway station across India. So far they have enabled WiFi access in about 100 railway stations in India and their work is still in process – their target is to cover 400 stations through the country.
Airtel had initially launched the V-Fiber services in Chennai and now it has been launched in Mumbai. The Airtel V-Fiber will offer Mumbai users up to 100 Mbps speed. V-Fiber tariff plan starts from Rs. 899.
Reliance may soon roll out its Jio Giga Fiber broadband services within few weeks probably starting with Mumbai and Pune. The services may then be rolled out across India (in top cities). With Reliance Jio Giga Fiber one can get 600GB of data for just Rs. 500 (unconfirmed).
Airtel has launched V-Fiber services in India, for now it is only available in Chennai and will soon be rolled out in Delhi & NCR and Bangalore and then gradually expanding to over 87 cities. Airtel also becomes the first service provider to launch V-Fiber in India.
Scientists in China have developed a new technology that will make use of LED light bulbs; they call it Li-Fi. If things work out well it could probably replace the traditional Wi-Fi that uses the radio frequencies with Li-Fi that uses light.
BSNL users will now be able to access high speed internet of up to 100 Mbps via FTTH for a jaw dropping price of Rs. 84,000 per month. Are you kidding me? 100 Mbps broadband – really cool but who would want to spend 84K for that?, I guess it’s for some exclusive customers (who […]
MTNL has come up with an interesting 3G plan called the Jeevansathi data plan targeted at tablet users. They are offering 10GB of 3G data valid for 60 days along with 20 minutes of free video/voice calls, all this for Rs. 800 only.
Along with the A100 and the A90 handsets, Micromax has also launched the MMX144F Ferrari Opus a high speed USB stick that can achieve blazing speed of up to 14.4Mbps. It is a plug and play HSPA + USB dongle with a red coloured body.
Good news for Vodafone prepaid users 3G tariff plans prices have dropped. You can subscribe to 3G from as low as Rs. 25. Vodafone had revised their 3G plans recently but the tariff plans were different for prepaid and postpaid customers.
Reliance recently updated its 3G plans and made it more competitive and now Vodafone is following the same path. They are now offering new 3G plans starting from Rs. 100 for 300 MB for its postpaid consumers.