NEW DELHI: Aircel on Monday launched 4G LTE services in two markets Tamil Nadu and Jammu & Kashmir. The company that has a market share of 9.94 per cent as on July 2014, according to industry body COAI, is banking on Internet services.
With this launch, Aircel becomes the only private telecom operator in Tamil Nadu and J&K to offer services under all the three existing technologies of 2G, 3G and 4G LTE, the telco said in a statement.
The company said that it has taken up the position of a data-led mobile service provider. Aircel has also recently rolled out its 4G services in the Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar and Odisha regions.
Aircel Chief Marketing Officer Anupam Vasudev said that the launch has strengthened their commitment to spearhead the data revolution by offering innovative products and services.
“The wireless broadband services offered by Aircel will help customers transform their workplaces and homes into ‘smarter’ entities,” added Vasudev.
Aircel’s 4G LTE services focus include customized offerings with a quick turnaround time for deployment of services to enterprise and home customers and high speed and low latency, and building reliable MPLS (Multiple Protocol Label Switching) core network, he said.
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