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Under this new service, MyAirtel app users can securely store their contacts, images, songs, documents of up to 2GB data on the cloud.
Although the idea of cloud storage is not new, this is the first time a telecom operator has introduced a cloud storage service.
Read here to know how you can use it.
Step 1. Update MyAirtel App
Bharti Airtel has brought this service in its MyAirtel app's advanced version 4.1.3. However, the option is currently live only for prepaid users who uses Android Smartphones.
Step 2. You'll See A Cloud Icon
Once the app is updated, you can see the backup option with a cloud icon. You can easily locate the icon right below the Manage Account section.
Step 3. Choose A Category
Once you click on the icon, you'll see different folders under several categories, such as audio, contacts, photos, etc.
Step 4. Enable Backup
Once you choose your desired category, go to settings and enable the backup.
At this point, it is worth remembering that the app will back up the data at a scheduled time between 1am to 5am. The time cannot be changed and it is likely to make sure that users can avail the 50 percent cashback data offer with the Airtel Night plan.