Recently, Airtel chief executive officer of Gopal Vittal stated in an open letter to the customers and warned against a massive surge in cyber frauds.
He also added that the fraudsters as usual are always looking at the loopholes and finding new ways to trick you.
He formed the company’s commitment to the security, convenience, and safety of its prospects through new services like contactless home delivery of SIM cards and even online payments.
The letter also says that all our staff has been trained to adhere to the highest safety standards for a stop in addition you can easily make payments via an online platform from the safety of your home.
In addition, this is why the company has launched an industry-first feature of safe pay. This feature is considered one of the safest methods of paying online across the country and adds a layer of security for every transaction which is highly convenient for the customers.
It states that we know that “our services can offer some predictability in these tough times”.
To go with the need and situational factors, Airtel has invested over rupees 18000 crores to purchase a spectrum that will dramatically refurbish indoor coverage in the coming days and months. Amid the deadly and devastating covid-19 second wave.
Not only this it has also invested an additional capital of rupees 20,000 crores to enhance their powers or capacity so that the experience improves even as the conception rises.
On the contrary, TRAI states that the volume of total wireless data usage rose almost 4.7 % on a sequential basis during December last year. And the average wireless data usage per subscriber per month was at around 12.13 GB, which is something of a massive hike.
The report also suggests that the volume of total wireless data usage raised to 20405 petabytes during the quarter ended December last year.
Meanwhile, Vittal further added that Airtel can now ensure the best services through contactless home delivery which is making the entire process highly convenient and safer.