Users also get a Google Workplace license under Airtel Office Internet which allows businesses to use all of Gmail with a full range of productivity and help tools from Google.
Bharti Airtel on Thursday announced the launch of Airtel Office Internet, an integrated enterprise grade solution for the emerging digital connectivity needs of small businesses and early-stage tech start-ups. A company statement said that they are looking for emerging businesses across India, reliable connectivity and digital productivity devices that enhance their efficiency and enable them to better serve their customers.
These businesses want to access these solutions with new features. Airtel Office Internet brings together secure high speed connectivity, conferencing and commercial productivity tools as a single solution with one plan and one bill. Talking about its features, under this, users will get FTTH broadband up to 1 Gbps with unlimited local / STD calling. Apart from this, very fast and reliable connectivity will be available from Cisco and Kaspersky to prevent suspicious and fake domains, viruses, crypto-lockers and cyber attacks.
Users also get a Google Workplace license under Airtel Office Internet which allows businesses to use Gmail for all professional email communications with a full range of productivity and help tools from Google. With the growing need for video conferencing, Airtel Office Internet also offers a free Airtel Blue Jeans license for unlimited and secure conferencing with HD quality.
Plans start at Rs 999 with multiple add-on services like static IP and parallel ringing of Airtel Office Internet Service. Ajay Chitkara, Director and CEO, Airtel Business, said, “Airtel Office Internet brings together Airtel’s network and world-class partner ecosystem to create market-tailored solutions for India’s unique needs.
Google Cloud India Managing Director, Bikram Singh Bedi said that telcos are rapidly setting the difference by offering a range of tools that are helping Indian businesses accelerate their digital transformation with the cloud.
Daisy Chittilapilli, President, Cisco India and SAARC, said, “Our partnership with Airtel builds on our combined vision to enable enterprise-grade security for small businesses based on AI and automation, to focus on areas where they are, Which will have the biggest impact on their recovery and development.
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