........ India's second largest telecom operator Vodafone India on Monday said it had launched its 4G service in Ambala, and added that the high-speed broadband service will be rolled out across the state over the next few months.
“Haryana is a strong leadership market for Vodafone India and as the leading telecom service provider, our over 5.5 million customers have a lot to look forward to. Vodafone is now expanding its services across Rewari and the entire state in a phased manner," Mohit Narru, Business Head–Haryana, Vodafone India, said in a statement.
Amidst cut-throat competition posed by Reliance Jio's initial freebies, the telco has said it will provide free upgrade to 4G for customers along with high-speed 4G SIM. It has rolled out data packs starting from Rs 12 for 45 MB and twice the data and unlimited local Vodafone to Vodafone calls for a limited period on a puchase of 1GB data. The telco is also to provide 20 GB data at Rs 999.
The company will also provide three months access to free TV, movies and videos on Vodafone PLAY as part of Vodafone 4G subscription. It would also deploy door-step delivery of post-paid 4G SIMs.
"We invite our data savvy customers in Haryana to make the most of the bonanza of special benefits being offered and enjoy the best mobile internet experience," Narru said.
In September, Vodafone India had announced that its parent Vodafone Group had pumped in Rs 47,700 crore since April. The operator had made bids worth Rs 20,280 crore to acquire spectrum in all its key telecom circles across 1800, 2100 and 2500 MHz bands in the spectrum auction held in October.
"Vodafone’s global expertise and experience of launching 4G across 20 countries gives us a better understanding of this technology and the needs of the 4G customer," Narru said.
Built on the 1800 MHz band, Vodafone 4G customers can access internet via mobile with speeds across a range of smart devices including Mi-Fi and dongles, a statement said. Now in its second phase of launch, Vodafone 4G services will be made available in 1,000 towns across the country by end of the year.........
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