Vodafone 4G Services Launched in Bengaluru City: After launching its 4G services in Kolkata, Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Kerala and Karnataka, the Vodafone Company has now reached another city, which is Bengaluru.
Vodafone India has currently started its high speed 4G services only in the selected pockets of Bengaluru and according to Sunil Sood, CEO of Vodafone India, the 4G services will be launched further in the remaining parts of the city by March 2016 in a phased manner. The locations where the services have been launched are JP Nagar, Whitefield, Jayanagar, Kempegowda International Airport, BTM Layout, Basavangudi, Electronic City and Koramangala.
He also reported that with this launch the first phase of the Vodafone 4G services rollout got completed and now the 4G services of Vodafone India is available in 6 cities of India, Kolkata, Karnataka, Kerala, Mumbai, Delhi-NCR and Bengaluru.
This 4G service is built on 1800 MHz frequency band, which is an efficient and one of the most high speed band, and it is accessible on a wide range of smart phones which support 4G services. To avail the 4G services the subscribers can buy a 4G SIM from the Vodafone outlets and can switch from 2G or 3G to $g services for better experience and speed.
Vodafone is a global network and also the only telecom service provider which offers international roaming on 4G to its Indian customers and with this facility they can access international roaming in countries like UK, Germany, Spain, Romania and Netherlands and in the coming weeks many more countries will get added on this list.
The launch of 4G services in the cities has proved to be a great initiative and the company has received a positive and an overwhelming response from its customers and it is because of this response that the Vodafone Company is expanding its services to the other cities of India.
The Vodafone 4G services have been launched in around 19 countries up till now and according to the CEO of Vodafone India, the global expertise of Vodafone has given the company a better understanding of the technology and the needs of the 4G customers.