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Mobile & Wireless

Airtel launches LTE service in Bangalore

Tuesday 8 May 2012 | 12:16 CET | News
Indian mobile operator Bharti airtel has rolled out its LTE services in Bangalore, Karnataka. Airtel has also introduced 'Smartbytes' for LTE, allowing customers to buy add-on packs and to continue access to LTE after exhausting their monthly data limits. Customers subscribing to LTE services will be given a cashback for the CPE/dongle, thus bringing the device cost to zero. Customers on Airtel LTE can already select from a catalogue of over 35 Bollywood movie titles and use the power of LTE for video streaming. While ten movie titles will be available free of cost for customers during the first month, movie buffs can pay a monthly subscription of INR 149 and watch unlimited movies. Airtel will be further adding to this list of movies in weeks to come. Airtel LTE is also available in a 30GB pack priced at INR 2999.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Bharti Airtel
Countries: India
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