January 8, 2016 6:32:50 pm
Vodafone India today announced the roll out of its 4G network in Karnataka beginning with Mysuru. This is following the successful launch of its services in Kerala in December 2015. Built on the 1800 MHz band, this network will enable Vodafone 4G customers to access internet via mobile with speeds across a range of smart devices including Mobile Wi-Fi.
Vodafone 4Gservices can be readily accessed from 4G enabled handsets available across the country. “Karnataka is a significant growth market for Vodafone India with data contributing to 20% of total revenues and growing at a rate of over 50% annually. Beginning with Mysuru, we will soon expand our 4G coverage across the state in a phased manner to cover important business and tourism centres including Bengaluru, Mangalore and Hubli,” said Suresh Kumar, Operations Director –South, Vodafone India
Vodafone will increase the intensity of its 4G rollout covering important metros –Bengaluru, Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata before March 2016. Testing of 4G services in these locations has already commenced successfully and Vodafone India has partnered with leading global technology service providers for the network roll-out.
For its customers in Mysuru, Vodafone is offering special benefits, which includes:
Free upgrade to 4G for customers along with 4G SIM
Free unlimited movie subscription for 3 months
Free unlimited music streaming on Vodafone Music
4G Pre-book offer for 1GB 4G DATA for 10 days
100% Extra Data – for all 4G RED customers for 3 months
100% Extra Data – for 1GB and above 4G recharges for Prepaid
100% Extra Data – for 1GB and above 4G postpaid packs for 1 month
Packs ranging from a trial pack of 120MB at Rs 29 to a bonanza pack of 20GB at Rs 2499
4G Mobile Wi-Fi that supports connectivity for up to 10 devices
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