New Delhi. NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said on Saturday that in the last three years, there has been an increase of 142 percent in mobile data consumption per user. Kant said in a tweet that there has been significant progress in digital access. During the year 2014 to 2017, the mobile data consumption of every user has increased by 142 percent annually.
Significant progress in digital access: During 2014-17,India has seen a 142% yr on yr increase in mobile data consumption per subscriber.— Amitabh Kant (@amitabhk87) June 17, 2017
He said that in this period, 2014-17,India has seen a 17X increase in online banking transactions per internet user & a 200X increase in digital wallet transns.
During 2014-17,India has seen a 17X increase in online banking transactions per internet user & a 200X increase in digital wallet transns.— Amitabh Kant (@amitabhk87) June 17, 2017
Apart from this, Indian government telecom company BSNL recently launched Chowka 444 plan. Its validity is 90-days. The special thing is that this plan of BSNL is better than JIO because the Daily Limit is the highest. Perhaps it is more than the daily data limit given by any telecom providers in the country.
Under this promotional offer, customers are getting 1GB data in less than 1 rupee. As per this plan, the customer is getting 360GB of data for 444 rupees in this plan.
Users will get unlimited data in this plan. However, they will be able to use 4GB of data every day. It can also be seen as an extension of the old plan. Because before this, 3GB data was given every day for 333 rupees. According to the company, the plan response of Rs 333 has been better, hence the Chowka-444 plan has been launched.
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