RCom unveils new CDMA tablet

RCom unveils new CDMA tablet

In a bid to make wire-free India, Reliance Communications, on Monday, launched India’s first CDMA Tablet. A 7-inch capacitive touch screen with Android 2.3 operating system loaded with 512 MB RAM and a micro SD external storage. The tab comes with a free 4GB SD card, which can be upgraded to 32 GB.

Briefing reporters, Reliance Hub Head Karnataka (Wireless Business) Hemant Dadlani said: “The Reliance CDMA Tab is supported by Reliance’s CDMA network across 22 circles in over 1,000 towns in the country which is priced at Rs 12,999.”

The company is offering a 1 year free subscription on McAfee Mobile Security, 2 months free subscription on BigFlix+ for movies on demand and Rs 250 worth of calling on Reliance Global Call, all together valued at Rs 2,100.

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