By: Nirupam Manik, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : Thursday, December 29, 2016 - 11:46
V-Fiber, in case you didn't know is based on Vectorization which is considered Europe's top fixed broadband technology and can offer speeds up to 100 Mbps.
After launching it in Mumbai Mumbai and Chennai earlier and Ahmedabad this week, Bharti Airtel hai now extended its V-Fiber broadband service to Pune. V-Fiber, in case you didn't know is based on Vectorization which is considered Europe's top fixed broadband technology and can offer speeds up to 100 Mbps.
Unlike standard implementation of a new broadband technology, V-Fiber is a green technology and doesn't require any new wiring or drilling at an existing customer's premises instead a user just needs to upgrade to a new V-Fiber modem.
To test out the new V-Fiber speeds, existing Airtel broadband users in Mumbai, Chennai, Ahmedabad and now Pune can subscribe to the new service with no extra monthly cost. If not satisfied within one month, the existing users can opt out of the subscription and all the money including modem charges will be refunded. On the other hand, new customers, can subscribe to V-Fiber broadband with plans starting from Rs 699 and can subsequently avail the 3 months unlimited offer. To put on your requests, visit www.airtel.in/vfiber or call on 18001030121.
Airtel V-Fiber deployment is a part of Airtel's nationwide network transformation initiative - Project Leap started last year and the telecom operator aims to extend V-Fiber service to 87 cities in near future. Under the initiative, Airtel is also augmenting its 550,000 Kms of domestic & international fiber/submarine cable capacity in order to drive down latency, improve customer experience and serve the growing demand of data services in years to come. The Company is also increasing caching of content at its data centres to improve data experience for customers.
Apart from this, the telecom operator also introduced free voice calling for all its broadband users and extra 5GB for every postpaid or DTH connection.