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Airtel launches “Work@Home” solution for businesses



Airtel’s new launch Work@Home offering customisation solutions for businesses to help employees and organizations perform tasks efficiently.

With the world-wide lockdown, work from home has become the only option for Indian professionals. On Monday, Airtel Business, the business-to-business chain of Bharti Airtel, launched “Work@Home” solutions to enable efficient and secure work from home services to the employees.

Airtel Work@Home stays in accordance to Indian regulatory norms while offering a wide range of networking, both wired and wireless, security solutions and collaboration tools.

These are crucial situations and organizations are adjusting to the scenario with a better approach for working. For a huge extent of representatives, working from their homes is set to turn into normalcy. “Airtel Work@Home is yet another innovation to ensure that our B2B customers are able to empower their people with best-in-class connectivity and digital tools to drive business continuity,” Ajay Chitkara, Director & CEO, Airtel Business, said in a statement

The “Work@Home” product comes as a fundamental necessity and permits organizations to modify the product according to their convenience. It offers Airtel corporate broadband with speeds upto 1GB/sec (Gbps)

Benefits of Airtel’s Work@Home

– Offers flexibility based on bulk acquisition on the company’s model and individual specific remote connectivity.

– Combines the quality of Airtel’s powerful network ranges of FTTH broadband, 4G phones, VPN and MPLS for secure remote access with incomparable collaboration and tools for productivity.

– Service Assurance along with allocated teams for fault resolution and call center services.

What’s more?

The telecom operator is offering a minimum of 4G network availability to all its Platinum corporate postpaid clients and voice over Wi-Fi (VoWifi) innovation to give prevalent indoor inclusion. The telco’s Business ring is the biggest player of B2B networking in India and serves more than 2500 ventures alongside 500,000 or more MSMEs.


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