The good news is here to all Bengaloreans who have been awaiting 4G services to hit the IT capital. Bharti Airtel on Monday launched its 4G services in Bengaluru. Garden City now becomes the second in the country to get these services. It is known that Kolkata was the first city in the country where these services were launched by Bharti Airtel in April this year. The fourth generation or 4G enables an individual the maximum speed on wireless internet.
The chief minister of Karanataka, Sadananda Gowda has launched the 4G services today. The Airtel, as an introductory offer, is giving a cash back, which means the device cost would be zero. Airtel 3G can be purchased for Rs. 2,999 for 30 GB pack.
Sanjay Kapoor, CEO of Bharti Airtel said: “As seen the world over, the total data usage is exploding and is doubling each year to grow to nearly 3.6 hexabytes by 2014. With the launch of 4G, India will move from being a follower in technology to matching the world in this domain.”
Now that 4G services are launched in Bengaluru and Kolkata, Airtel is looking forward to rolling out 4G services in other major cities. (Phani)