Vodafone India completes the first phase of its planned 4G rollout under the 1800 MHz band with the launch of its services in Mumbai on Wednesday, the company said in a statement. Vodafone also launched their 4G network under the 1800 MHz band in early February ‘16 in telecom circles: Delhi, NCR cities, Bangalore and Kolkata; as well as in Kerala circle Kochi in Dec ‘15 & Kozhikode on Jan ‘16. The telecom company also said that the five circles of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Karnataka and Kerala makes up 30% of industry revenues and close to 50% of Vodafone India data revenues. It will continue to expand its services in these circles, the statement added. The telecom operator is currently offering users 4G SIM exchange with same day postpaid SIM delivery and activation. Its Vodafone’s RED subscribers will be provided with twice the data for the first 3 months; along with complimentary subscription to TV, Movies & Music on VODAFONE PLAY. Additionally, the company mentions its 4G mobile Wi-Fi will support up to 10 devices, although it is not clear if Vodafone is referring to a Wi-Fi device or the tethering function. Vodafone upgrades its existing 3G networks using 2100 Mhz band Vodafone has also launched recently launched its own 3G network in Bangalore, Rajasthan, and Northeast Circle (Assam), under the 2100 Mhz band, aiming to build a faster network for its customers, the company said in a statement. The company will continue to offer its 3G services in all…
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