Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Vodaphone Expands 3G Network in Haryana, Will Also Power the latest MiFi Devices

Vodaphone Expands 3G Network in Haryana, Will Also Power the latest MiFi Devices
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
05 September, 2011
Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.

Vodafone expands its 3G footprint to Sonipat, Rohtak and Yamunanagar. 
Vodafone Essar India, one of the leading telecommunications service providers, today announced the roll-out of its 3G services in Sonipat and Rohtak. Before this Vodafone 3G Services were first introduced in other cities like Panipat and Ambala in Haryana. As a part of the second phase, the services were rolled out in Karnal and Kurukshetra. Now the services are being introduced in Sonipat, Yamunanagar and Rohtak. 

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Ishmeet Singh, COO, Haryana, Vodafone Essar Ltd, “With our 3G service we welcome all our customers to faster, smarter, better world of Vodafone 3G. After receiving great response in major cities of Haryana, we will now reach out to other towns and cities to give more Vodafone customers a chance to experience the benefits of 3G in different parts of the state.” It is notable to mention that Vodafone’s 3G services are today available in over 20 countries making Vodafone the largest provider of the 3 G services in the world. Vodafone’s 3G (Click on 3G to know what is 3G) Services will also power the new Mi-fi device (Click here To Know More about MiFi device), which can provide portable Wi-Fi access to 5 to 10 devices, at one time. This technology will also provide a mobile broadband service for its customers- primarily providing PC and laptop connectivity. Faster bandwidth means access to high definition video, games and much more are now possible in 3G coverage.

A Note about MiFi: MiFi is a compact wireless routers that act as mobile Wi-Fi hotspots. The MiFi can be connected to a mobile phone (cellular) carrier and provide internet access for up to 5 devices. The MiFi works at a distance up to 10m or 30 ft and will provide internet or network access to any WiFi enabled peripheral device. 

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