Update: Airtel has elaborated further on this partnership and on the various plans being offered by the company. The company said, that through this agreement, it plans to bundle the Microsoft 365 suite along with its DSL and Internet Leased Lines offerings for businesses. Interestingly, the company also seems to target freelancers and home office owners along with SMBs through this initiative. What's worth noting though that like Microsoft, Airtel has also stayed mum on the pricing and there is no information on the company website as to how much these services would cost. For New Customers: The company is currently offering various plans to new customers depending on the size of the businesses (freelancers, small business and mid size businesses) and the plans are as follows (pdf): For Existing Customers: The plans for existing customers (pdf) looks quite similar to the plans offered by Microsoft as stated below. The entry level plan P1 offers 25GB email service, web-based viewing and editing of Microsoft office files for 50 users, along with one hosted intranet website while the top plan E3 offers 25GB email service, web-based viewing and editing of Microsoft office files, subscription to the desktop version of Office Professional Plus 2010 and the ability to create up to 300 intranet websites for companies bigger than 50,000 users. Earlier: After signing up AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) for its Live@edu solution early this year, it looks like Microsoft is now targeting small and medium businesses (SMBs) in the country. The company has tied…
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