Indian telecom firm launches ‘smart home’ system for users

India’s telecom giant has launched a smart home system that can help people better manage their finances, saving them time and money, as well as their privacy.

The company, India’s largest wireless operator, said the new system, called Bhuj, will be available on all of its services in April.

It will allow users to control a range of financial and personal items from a single location, such as a thermostat or a smart lightbulb, and use it to pay bills.

Bhuj is designed to help people understand the financial situations of their family members, with the aim of helping them make better financial decisions.

The company said the smart home will help people “know when they need help, and when they can get help.”

Bhuja, which has a retail store and a web-based app, has a free version that lets people store and manage financial information in their homes.

It has also launched a free app for users who are not familiar with the company’s offerings, and it plans to expand to more markets.

Bharat Mistry, chief executive officer of India’s richest telecom company, said Bhuja will help customers “know how much money they have, how much they owe, and how they are spending it.”

India’s largest telecom operator, Bhuji, launched its first smart home product last year, called Laptops and Infotainment, in India.

It said it will launch another smart home service later this year.

The new home-related product is part of a wider effort to boost India’s digital economy and boost its competitiveness, Mistry said in an interview on Tuesday.

The technology, he said, is not just aimed at saving people money.

Mistry said the product will help consumers understand their finances better and help them make more informed decisions about how to spend their money.

“We believe that the smarter the device, the better the decision-making process.

It helps them make informed decisions when it comes to financial matters,” he said.

India’s government has launched several programs to help the poor and the elderly, including a digital health program, a national pension plan and the National Smart Card, a mobile-payment system that has been implemented by the government.