Odisha Sun Times Bureau
Bhubaneswar/New Delhi, July 16:
Aircel, one of the major telecom service providers in India, today launched its 4G LTE services in four circles- Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Assam and Bihar.
Aircel had, until now, been offering 2G and 3G services in India.
The telecom provider holds 20MHz of spectrum in the 4G LTE 2300 MHz band across eight circles namely, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Bihar, Assam and North East and Jammu and Kashmir.
“Our existing technological leadership position further lends to providing a promising and reliable 4G LTE service to our customers. The wireless broadband services offered will help customers transform their workplaces and homes into ‘smarter’ entities”, Anupam Vasudev, chief marketing officer, Aircel, told reporters at a press briefing in New Delhi
As the telco expands its 4G base in India, Aircel’s enterprise customers will experience a 4G LTE high-speed network to receive dedicated internet and secure VPN (Virtual Private Network) services.
On the other hand, home customers can lay their hands on several infotainment services on high-speed broadband that will help connect any Wi-Fi device in order to support services like faster internet access, Smart TVs, online gaming and more.
“The parameters that will differentiate Aircel’s 4G LTE services include customized offerings with a quick turnaround time for deployment of services to Enterprise and Home customer, beating existing industry standards; high speed and low latency, which are critical to any enterprise service experience, will be Aircel’s key focus deliverable building on Reliable MPLS (Multiple Protocol Label Switching) core network.
It is with this targeted approach, Aircel is confident of leading the 4G LTE market in India, he added.