Vodafone India is all set to increase the intensity of its 4G services rollout in all the major metros — Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru and Kolkata — by March 2016.
Testing of 4G services in these locations has already commenced successfully and Vodafone India has partnered with leading global technology service providers for the network rollout, the company said in a statement. Currently, Vodafone offers 4G services in 14 towns across Kerala.
It has also started offering customers the option to upgrade to 4G SIMs at 56 stores in Mumbai ahead of the rollout.
To avail the services, customers will need to have a 4G-enabled handset and a new 4G-Ready SIM card. To ensure a smooth exchange of 4G-ready SIMs, these are being made available in advance of the commercial launch in Mumbai.
“Vodafone is the leading telecommunication services provider in Mumbai and our 8.6 million customers have a lot to look forward to. We want our customers to be 4G-ready so that they can start experiencing the benefits of high speed mobile internet services as soon as they are launched commercially,” Ishmeet Singh, Business Head–Mumbai, Vodafone India said.