[highlight]Airtel had launched its ‘One Touch Internet’ WAP (Wireless Application Protocol)[/highlight] portal designed to help first-time users to discover the internet easily and see-try-buy a host of popular services (including social networking, videos, online shopping and travel bookings) through free tutorial videos and trial packs.
“With over half a million callers daily, our recently launched ‘One Touch Internet’ has seen tremendous response from people across the country and validated India’s deep interest in learning how to use the internet on their mobile phones. We envisage an internet-empowered India in years to come and encourage every internet-aware Indian to contribute their bit to our ‘Each One Teach One’ agenda by initiating someone into the exciting world of the internet”, added Gopalan.
In J&K, a team of more than 700 Airtel representatives stepped out to spearhead this internet literacy drive across the State. “Each One Teach One is an initiative from Airtel which will initiate the non-users into experiencing the marvels of internet and bring in the enriching change,” said Dharmender Khajuria, COO, Bharti Airtel, J&K.