Airtel rolls out its 4G services in Siliguri

Airtel’s 4G services are available as of today in Siliguri. Airtel is offering 4G services at the price of its 3G services.
Airtel today rolled out its 4G services in the north Bengal town of Siliguri. Airtel 4G is now available to customers across a range of smart devices including smartphones, 4G hotspots and dongles. Airtel is offering its 4G services at the price of Airtel 3G. Customers have the option of choosing from a host of tariff packs, a release said. Airtel 4G in Siliguri has been rolled out using spectrum band of 2,300MHz band. To avail the complimentary 4G upgrade, existing Airtel customers with 4G ready mobile devices can walk into their nearest Airtel Store and switch to a 4G SIM or visit Airtel’s official website for more information.
“We are delighted to roll out our 4G services in Siliguri, this is a milestone for Airtel with Siliguri becoming the first town in North Bengal to experience Airtel 4G. We also have plans to cover all major locations in the North Bengal and Sikkim shortly. Customers in Siliguri can now look forward to a superlative smartphone experience with Airtel 4G. We invite all data savvy customers to upgrade to Airtel 4G and be a part of India’s widest 4G network.” Airtel CEO West Bengal & Odisha, Ravindra Singh Negi said.
Airtel recently announced its ‘India with Airtel’ suite of services that brings all of its telecom and connectivity solutions under one roof, to meet the needs of global companies looking to set up business in India. ‘India with Airtel’ is being positioned as one-stop-shop for availing all telecom and connectivity solutions including mobile and fixed telephony, global and domestic data capacity and connectivity solutions, VSAT, Virtual Private Network, data centre and cloud solutions, Value Added Services and payment and billing integration, machine-to-machine, and managed services.

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