Airtel launches 4G service in Ludhiana; Airtel has extended its 4G LTE service to Ludhiana, after launching it in Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula earlier this month. The telco mentions that this service is limited to iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, Xolo LT 900 and LG G2 devices since they support the TD-LTE 2300 MHz band on which Airtel has currently deployed its 4G service. 4G dongles are priced at Rs 1500 and the SIM will be provided free of charge. Mobile users meanwhile, will need to pay Rs 49 for the SIM. Rates vary from Rs 100-Rs 999 depending on the amount of data you want to use. Common SIM for all data services: Airtel has requested telecom department to allow the usage of a common SIM card on a single device so that customers can access 2G, 3G and high-speed broadband services under Broadband…
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