Vodafone and a few other operators had launched their 4G services in India. Now Vodafone has become the first operator to offer international roaming on Vodafone 4G.
Vodafone India has announced the launch of Vodafone 4G LTE services in Kozhikode in Kerala. The service, which in Kozhikode is built on a strong fibre backhaul and is supported by its own new and superfast 3G services on a modern network of 2100 MHz, would allow customers to experience and enhanced mobile internet experience with faster uploads/downloads. Customers can also avail international roaming on 4G to UK, Germany, Spain and Netherlands.
As an introductory offer, Vodafone is offering a complimentary upgrade to 4G SIM for all its customers, which can be availed by visiting the Vodafone stores or getting it delivered at home. Further the company is also offering Free Unlimited movie subscription through a partnership with Hungama Play for three months. The data packs are priced at just Rs. 29 for 120 MB to Rs. 2499 for 20 GB.
Speaking about the launch of Vodafone 4G, Abhijit Kishore, Business Head – Kerala, Vodafone India, said, “We are proud and delighted to bring our 4G services to Kozhikode. 4G has the potential to revolutionize the mobile experience through powerful innovation that impacts how we work and live. Vodafone’s global expertise and experience of largest 4G network having presence across 19 countries gives us a better understanding of this technology and the needs of the 4G customer. Kerala is a significant growth market for Vodafone India with data revenue growing over 75% annually, which is well above the national average. With this launch, we are happy to announce that our 4G footprint in Kerala has increased to 14 towns. We are also proud to be the first operator in the country to now offer international roaming on 4G. As a steadfast partner of Digital India, we remain focused on deploying multiple technologies –be it 2G, 3G and now 4G-for optimum use as each technology has its own vital role to play in servicing the myriad connectivity needs of consumers across the country.”