Vodafone launches 4G in Mysuru

Vodafone launches  4G in Mysuru

Vodafone on Friday rolled out its 4G network in Karnataka, beginning with Mysuru. Police Commissioner B Dayananda launched the 4G network in the city.


Suresh Kumar, Operations Director (South) Vodafone
India, said the state-of-the-art network, built on 1,800 MHz band, will enable customers to access the net via mobile with speeds across a range of smart devices, including mobile
Wi-Fi.

“We will introduce the service next month in Bengaluru, and it will be extended to all the major cities in India, including Mangaluru and Hubli, in Karnataka, by the end of March,” he said.

Kumar said, “Karnataka is a significant growth market for Vodafone with data contributing to 20 per cent of the total revenues and growing at a rate of over 50 per cent,
annually.”

In the last 18 months, the company has invested more than Rs 820 crore in Karnataka towards network expansion and modernisation to build a technology and energy-efficient network architecture to support the volumes and need for speed from customers. In Karnataka, there are 264 exclusive retail stores and 652 rural mini stores.

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