The fight between two driving telecom operators is going to raise further as Airtel is reportedly intending to join hands with 4G handset creators in India. This comes soon after a report pointed out that Reliance Jio is wanting to dispatch 100 million smartphones before the current year’s over.
This new move is probably going to expand the Jio’s supporter base as it is wanting to carry affordable smartphones with a 4G network. Indeed, the company has just begun a discussion with domestic handset producers for assembling. On the other hand, to handle Jio, Airtel is also conversing with a few handset creators to bring smartphones in a similar category on Android OS.
Airtel Might Smartphones With Its Tariff Plans
In the event that we talk about Airtel, at that point there are high possibilities that the operator is looking for two options, for example locked and unlocked with domestic handset creators. This implies smartphones will have all Airtel plans, including monthly charging options. For the ignorant, these administrations are not presently accessible in India, yet this is a popular pattern in the US and some other western countries.
However, there is a trick. The Reliance Jio is offering LTE administrations in the country, while Airtel and Vodafone-Idea are as yet working on a GSM model, which unmistakably shows that the former may remove all 2G and 3G endorsers without any problem. Furthermore, the telco has joined hands with Google for the equivalent.
Airtel Partnered With Several Smartphones Players In the Past
This isn’t the first occasion when that Airtel is wanting to bring this administration. Prior, the operator joined hands with the Celkon to bring touch screen 4G handset under its MeraPhela Smartphone activity. The Celkon Star 4G+ smartphone is accessible at Rs. 1, 349. It comes with a 4-inch display, double SIM support, 1.3GHz quad-core processor, and 512MB of RAM. It also has a 3.2 MP camera at the back and 2 MP camera at the front. Aside from that, Airtel announced information packs with numerous smartphones.