British telecom company, Vodafone has introduced the 4G services in Tamil Nadu.
According to Vodafone, the company firstly introduced in Coimbatore and in neighboring Tirupur. The 4G services will be available in the state from March 2017.
The company provides 4G services to users for access internet through mobile with high speed having Wi-Fi and Dongles. The users enjoy the 4G services with faster download or upload of videos, movies and music, continuous video chats and using the favorite apps
After the launch, Vodafone is now only to provide 2, 3 and 4G services in Tamil Nadu on its individual convergent radio technology.
Earlier the company has introduced the 4G services in Kerala, Karnataka, Kolkata, Delhi and NCR, Mumbai, Haryana, UP East, Gujrat, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Assam and North East, Odisha and Maharashtra circle.
In future the company will launch the 4G services in Goa, Punjab, and UP West. The 4G service will be available in 2,400 towns covering 17 circles in India from March 2017. This contributed about 90% of the company’s data revenue.