Thursday, 13 November 2014

Aircel tie up with RCom to launch 3G services in Mumbai

Aircel has launched 3G services in Mumbai, making the metro its third circle after Delhi and Rajasthan. The company, which does not hold 3G spectrum in the circle, had entered into an intra-circle roaming agreement (ICR) with Reliance Communications (RCom) to launch the services in Mumbai.
Harish Sharma, Regional Business Head (West), Aircel, said, “With an upsurge in smart devices and data penetration, the customer is fast evolving and demands superior technology and affordable plans”. 
The 3G services enable users to streaming various content such as sports matches, TV shows, Internet gaming and video calling, apart from better access to social media.



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