Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Airtel rolls out 3G services in amader Agartala

AGARTALA, INDIA: Bharti Airtel announced the availability of its 3G services in the North Eastern State of Tripura. With this, more than 53 Lakh plus Airtel mobile customers across the North East will now be able to experience the Airtel 3G advantage and enjoy a host of innovative service capabilities including fast mobile Internet access, Mobile TV, video calling, video streaming and social networking – at anytime, from anywhere.

Airtel 3G services will be available for customers in Agartala starting midnight on 6th September 2011. Airtel also offers high speed USB data cards that provide customers with 3G access on laptops.

George Mathen, CEO – NESA, Bharti Airtel, said: “Having successfully launched Airtel 3G services in 50 plus towns across India, we today have over 3 million customers enjoying the Airtel 3G advantage and are delighted to extend this incredible experience to our customers in Agartala – the city of palaces and temples.

“Given the increasing propensity of customers in Tripura towards using accessing more and more information through mobile internet, we are confident that 3G will emerge as a game changer that will redefine the way our customers access data services to stay closer to their passion for art, music and other forms of entertainment.”

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