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Coronavirus pandemic is becoming havoc to every country of the world. The cases of COVID-19 patients are rising every hour and in such a scenario, misinformation is a big issue. So, to update people with the right information several tech companies and governments have launched their respective platforms. The government of India has also built a COVID-19 tracker to inform people with accurate data related to the pandemic.

There are several COVID-19 tracker websites and apps available online but all of them are reliable. Here we list 5 best COVID-19 trackers that use data from reliable sources.

COVID-19 Trackers

Ministry

Last month, the Finance Minister of India announced to increase the GST rate for several products including mobile phones. As compared to the previous 12%, the new applicable GST rate is 18% which is a 50% increase and it is applicable from April 1, 2020. Now, as a result of the GST hike, Samsung, Xiaomi, OPPO, Vivo, Realme, POCO, and iQOO have announced the new increased prices of their smartphones.

Here’s a list of new prices of these companies’ smartphones after GST Rate Hike.

Samsung Smartphones

Model Old Price  New Price
Galaxy S20 Rs. 66,999 Rs. 70,500
Galaxy S20+ Rs.

The Indian government has come forward with various relief funds including the PM Cares Fund for coronavirus. At the same time, individuals and companies at large are doing their bit to help India in this time of crisis. Here’s a list of companies that have stepped up to contribute:

Telcos In India

Telcos In India

With the lockdown, a large part of the Indian population is working from home. Also, communication is one of the most essential requirements in these trying times. This is why telcos in India: Airtel, Jio, Vodafone Idea, and BSNL have brought in various plans with extended validity, additional

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Enlarge / A Frontier Communications van.

As Frontier Communications moves closer to an expected bankruptcy filing, the ISP told investors that its troubles stem largely from its failure to invest properly in upgrading DSL to fiber broadband.

The presentation for investors, which is included in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, said that “significant under-investment in fiber deployment and limited enterprise product offerings have created headwinds that the company is repositioning itself to reverse.” Much of Frontier’s fiber deployment was actually installed by Verizon before Verizon sold some of its operations to Frontier.

About 51 percent of Frontier revenue