Vodafone India Rolls Out SuperNet 4G in Uttar Pradesh (West) Circle
India’s number two telecom operator, Vodafone India, has rolled out SuperNet 4G services in Uttar Pradesh (West) circle. With this launch, the Vodafone subscribers in Aligarh, Dehradun, Haridwar, and Nainital can access 4G SuperNet services on a wide range of devices including smartphones, Mi-Fi, and dongles.
Addressing the launch, Mr. Suresh Kumar, Operations Director, Vodafone India, said: As a steadfast partner to Digital India, we are delighted to launch Vodafone SuperNet 4G in Uttarakhand and UP (West). 4G has the potential to revolutionize the mobile experience through powerful innovation that impacts how we work and live.”
Vodafone 4G in UP (West) and Uttarakhand:
As most of the Uttar Pradesh (West) telecom circle houses the high-flying tourism hub, Vodafone 4G launch will be a big advantage to data savvy customers. The telecom company is now uniquely positioned to offer 2G, 3G, and 4G services in UP (West) and Uttaranchal circle. It has been a key market for Vodafone India with over 11.4 million customers in the circle.
Commenting on the launch of SuperNet 4G services, Mr. Dilip Kumar Ganta, Business Head – UP (West) circle, Vodafone India, said: “Beginning with Dehradun, Haridwar and Aligarh, the capital city, tourism hub and Educational center respectively, we will shortly expand the Vodafone SuperNet 4G service across the entire circle in a phased manner.”
Furthermore, Vodafone India has launched many inaugural upgrade offers. The subscribers can enjoy 2GB of 4G data on their free upgrade to 4G SIM. Just send an SMS to 199 and check SIM/phone 4G compatibility. Post free 2GB of 4G usage, the users can avail data packs starting at ₹8 for 30MB.
SuperNet 4G Coverage Gets Better:
The Vodafone India is also providing free 3-month access to unlimited entertainment via Vodafone Play where one can enjoy the best mobile internet experience through SuperNet 4G. As per the latest report, Vodafone India is making concrete plans to extend its 4G coverage to 2400 towns across the country by March 2017.