And its good service if not the best also with 2 GB data anywhere in whole of India
Is that just the advertising or have you tested it yourself
We are going to need a lot of IP addresses, how widespread is use of IPv6 now?
There will be all sorts of problems that are are not obvious, like the example of the insurance company accessing the fridge to see what you have been eating. A current example is thieves using remote read utility meters to determine which houses are vacant and so can be burgled.
One interesting article I read recently indicated that agriculture might have to move down the route of robots tending individual plants and zapping individual weeds with micro-dots of weedkiller. The claim was that the savings in fertilizer and water and the reduction in ecological damage would make it viable. It does conjour up images of masses of internet connected robots working away in the fields.