Vodafone SuperNet 4G Now in Tawang District of Arunachal Pradesh



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    The country’s second-largest telecom network operator, Vodafone India, launched its SuperNet 4G services in Tawang District of Arunachal Pradesh. With a population of 50K, Tawang is the smallest district of Northeastern Indian state. Incidentally, India’s Tawang area is very sensitive that it is claimed by the People’s Republic of China after the occupation of Tibet in 1951.

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    Vodafone SuperNet 4G - Every Nook and Cranny:

    As per Vodafone India, Tawang district is one of the extreme challenging terrains to install its SuperNet 4G services. Though a stress point between India and China, Vodafone made Tawang as a point to prove that it is committed to expanding its 4G footprint to each and every corner of the country. After the successful roll-out of 4G services in Along, Itanagar, Pasighat, Naharlagun, Tawang, Ziro districts, Vodafone India is all set to extend its 4G footprint in other towns of Arunachal Pradesh.

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    Vodafone 4G Offers:

    Along with the free 4G SIM upgrade, Vodafone India is offering 4GB of 4G data for all its subscribers in Tawang District of Arunachal Pradesh. That means every 2G or 3G Vodafone user is entitled to get 4GB of Vodafone SuperNet 4G data with 4G SIM upgrade. The Vodafone India 4G SIM cards can be accessed through any Vodafone store located in the state.

    However, it is to be noted that this free benefit is valid for prepaid users for a period of 10 days only. Incidentally, the same 4GB 4G data benefit is applicable for a complete billing cycle in case of postpaid subscribers. Moreover, the Vodafone users need to have a 4G handset for availing this free benefit. One can even avail 22GB of 4G data at ₹999 apart from free access to Vodafone Play services for one month.

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