After successful roll out of its 4G network in markets such as Delhi-NCR, Kerala, Kolkata and Karnataka, Vodafone India on Friday launched it state of the art 4G network in select areas of Mumbai and Bengaluru. The 4G network covers residential and suburbs of Mumbai. Whereas in Bengaluru the 4G network rollout if limited to areas such as Jayanagar, Basavangudi, J.P.Nagar, Electronic City, Bangalore International Airport, Whitefield, B.T.M. Layout, Chamrajpet and Koramangala. Both Mumbai and Bengaluru will witness a phased roll out of Vodafone 4G network by March 2016.
“Built on the efficient 1,800 MHz band, the state-of-art network will enable Vodafone 4G customers to access Internet via mobile speeds across a range of smart devices, including mobile Wi-Fi and dongles,” Vodafone India MD & CEO Sunil Sood said.
Leading mobile operators are now launching their 4G services across countries. Airtel, Vodafone and Idea are front runner in the 4G roll out, whereas customers eagerly await the launch of Reliance Jio services to take benefit of its economical 4G offerings.
4G networks offer blazing fast data speeds, which can trasform the way we live and work today. To access 4G services one needs to own a 4G enabled device from any of the mobile manufacturers such as Lava, Xolo, Samsung, Motorola, Apple etc. In addition, Vodafone India becomes first Indian telecom company to offer international 4G roaming to its customers in countries like United Kingdom, Germany, Romania, Spain and the Netherlands.