Friday, September 2, 2016
Vodafone To Roll Out SuperNet 4G Service in Gujarat
Vodafone India has already started its 4G service in Keral,Karnataka,Mumbai,Hariyana,Delhi-NCR and UP-East.In second phase Vodafone India launching it’s SuperNet 4G service in”Diamond City” Surat.They want to start it completely in all over Gujarat in coming months. Vodafone India is going to invest more than 500 Cr rupee to expand its 4G coverage in Gujrat. Mr. Sunil Sood, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Vodafone India said in his statement that they are really happy to launch this service in a second phase as part of the digital India initiative. All nine circles which include Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Karnataka, Kerala, Haryana, Gujarat, UP (E) and West Bengal contributes 70% data revenues. As per Mr. Jayesh Gadia Business Head–Gujarat,currently , the service is available at main business spots and residential corridors of Surat only. Later it will be expanded in phase manner across the entire Gujarat.
It is really good step for customer of Gujarat point of view that soon they will be able to use better service of SuperNet 4G in Gujarat. Vodafone is global brand, have good experience and expertise of launching 4G service, as the company has already rolled out 4G service in 20 countries.
Earlier Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited (RJIL) has announced the official launching of 4G service in pan India. RJIL has very good infrastrucre of own fiber optic network. More ever they are using computer, IP and router based connectivity which is far advanced in comparison to the technology what other players using currently. The company has also launched some unbeatable plans like free voice call for life time. They want to earn maximum revenue from data market. The impact of the RJIL’s JIO can be seen, just before the official launching of it. During the speech of Reliance AGM Mr. Mukesh Ambani , there was fall down in the market shares of other players.The scheme what JIO has launched recently is really challenging to all other telecom companies. They have to give their best in order to servive in data war. As Mr.Mukesh Ambani said in his speech that they want to cover 90% of population.