Airtel offering work from home solution to businesses

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Since the coronavirus pandemic and increased cases in India, the government has extended the lockdown to avoid further spread of the virus. Because of the pandemic, many companies are encouraging their employees to work from home. Work from home is not easy because it requires a reliable data connection, remote connectivity solutions, and security. Bharti Airtel has extended its support to offer work from home solutions to businesses. Airtel is offering remote connectivity solutions, collaboration services, and security solutions.

Airtel offering work from home solution to businesses

Remote connectivity solutions

The remote connectivity solutions include corporate broadband, data top-up, data sim, and corporate Mi-Fi.

The companies can provide their employees with corporate broadband. Each employee will get high-speed secure internet access, unlimited voice calling facility, and one static IP free along with Wi-Fi router. The price of corporate broadband is Rs. 1099 per month. Users can get additional 35GB data at Rs. 200 on the existing corporate connections.

Airtel is also offering 50GB data SIM at Rs. 399 per month to help the employees work remotely. The data SIM work across mobile devices, tablets, and dongles. Additionally, Airtel is offering corporate Mi-Fi devices at Rs. 3,999 per year, which includes 50GB per month data, after exhausting the monthly quota, unlimited data at 80Kbps for the rest of the month.

Collaboration services

Airtel is offering unlimited audio conferencing at Rs. 999 per license per month to help connect corporate teams worldwide. Along with that, Airtel is also providing ZOOM Conferencing and ZOOM Video Webinar for Rs. 749 per ID and Rs. 36000 per year, respectively. Airtel is also giving G-Suite bundled with corporate postpaid plans.

Security Solutions

Airtel is offering cloud-based VPN service that can provide secure remote access to only applications that employees need, not the entire network. The telecom provider is also offering on-premise VPN service and cloud-based virtual desktop.

A cloud-based virtual desktop lets users access their work machine securely. Companies can transform their static desktops into secure virtual workspaces.

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