Airtel India has introduced a new plan that offers subscribers 1GB of data plus unlimited calls for just ¥93 (Rs. 49) (about N275) to compete with Jio 1GB data plan that costs Rs. 52. The 1GB of 3G/ 4G data with a validity of one day is now the first plan from Airtel to cross the Rs. 50 per GB barrier in India.
Airtel also introduced free TV streaming within their app for a specified period. Also in the news is Facebook’s clarification of collecting user’s Aadhaar information. These and many more topics are making headlines today in the tech industry. See full list of topics today below.
BLAZING TECH NEWS TODAY
Airtel’s New ₹93 Plan Offers 1GB Data and Unlimited Calling
Facebook Clarifies That It Is Not Collecting User’s Aadhaar Information
Vulnerabilities in Sonos and Bose Speakers Leave Them Open to Hijacking
Nintendo Switch Sales Expected to Touch 20 Million Mark Next Year
Airtel Updates Its TV App with a Free Subscription Period for All Users
Honor View 10 Registrations Begin on Amazon India
Android Apps on Chrome OS Beta Can Now Use Parallel Tasks
Apple CEO Tim Cook Earned a Whopping $102 Million in 2017
OnePlus Releases OxygenOS 4.7.6 Update for the OnePlus 5T
Nokia 1 Might Be The First Android Go Phone to Hit the Market
Hackers Could Crash Hard Disks Using Just Sound Waves
Snapchat May Soon Let You Share Your Stories on Third-Party Apps & Websites
LG Reveals New ThinQ Smart Speaker Powered by Google Assistant