Vodafone, the leading telecom service provider on Thursday hurled its 4G (fourth generation) services in the Tamilnadu state.
The service named “Vodafone Supernet 4G” primarily launched in Coimbatore and in adjacent Tirupur, will be made accessible in all main towns and cities across the state by the month of March 2017, Vodafone India Business Head-Tamilnadu, S Murali told newspapers in Coimbatore.
Made on the well-organized 2100MHz, this state-of-the-art system will empower Vodafone Supernet 4G customers to make use of Internet through mobile with speed, across a variety of smart devices counting Mi-Fi and Dongles, he told.
On the exceptional launch offer, he said free SIM exaltation to 4G for clients along with high-speed 4G SIM and 2GB free data on every single 4G SIM upgrade.
This will suggestively improve the mobile Internet experience for clients with faster download/upload of videos and music, continuous video chats and will also enable bigger ease in using the promising apps, he said.
Vodafone has already positively rolled out 4G in Kerala, Kolkatta, Karnataka, Delhi and NCR, Haryana, Mumbai, UP East, Gujarat, West Bengal Rajasthan, Assam and North East, Odisha and Maharashtra circle, he said.
With the launches scheduled in Goa, UP West, Punjab, the 4G coverage will be accessible in 2,400 towns through 17 circles in India by March 2017, which subsidized over 90 percent of firm’s data revenue, Murali said.