Apple, Google and Amazon on Thursday announced new data packages for customers in India and the US.
The packages, which will start in January, will be offered for free on the Apple App Store and Amazon’s website and on the Google Play Store.
Apple will provide data to customers in the US, but customers in those countries can buy data for free.
Both Apple and Amazon will provide voice calls and data.
Both companies will offer data for local and international use, which customers can buy for free as well.
Apple’s plans for the US include unlimited 3G data and voice calls, and data for voice calls at up to 30 megabytes per second.
Google will offer unlimited 3D voice calls with no caps and unlimited data for a price of $20 per month.
Amazon will offer 3D and 4D voice and data, but data for 3D calls will only be available for a monthly subscription of $15.
Apple has been testing its data plans in India for several months now.
In April, the company launched a data plan that offers 3G service for a month at $50 per month, while its other plans are available in select countries for up to $150 per month in India.
Apple is offering data packages across the US and in India to customers with an Apple Watch, Apple TV, Mac and iPad.
The company is also offering voice calls for $5 a minute and text messages for $30 a day in the country, though the company says that users can buy text messages from other countries at $5 for a week.
The US offers an option to buy data from the Amazon Echo Dot, Apple’s smart speaker that also comes with a voice assistant.
The Echo Dot comes with 4G data, as well as 4G VoLTE data for up the amount of minutes customers want to use voice calls.
In India, the plan is available only for select customers.
It costs $10 for an unlimited data plan and $30 per month for voice calling, but the price for data will drop to $10 a day for up 12 minutes of calls.