With 3G, Airtel users can enjoy high speed internet access and a host of exciting services like Mobile TV entertainment, video calls (National & International), live streaming of videos, HD gaming and on-the-go social networking.
The Department of Telecom (DoT) is considering opening up the Internet telephony segment and allowing unrestricted calls by consumers using their Internet connections.
Users of Advantage pack, based on per minute billing, will now have to pay 60 paise instead of 50 paisa per minute for local and STD calls and 90 paise for calls to landlines.
After rollout in Western UP and Uttarakhand, Airtel 3G services will now be available across Eastern UP starting with cities of Lucknow and Kanpur.
Now enjoy up to 20 MB of data with the new Idea 3G trial pack available for just Rs 7 for a day.
Contest open to postpaid and prepaid mobile customers in Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and J&K.
Reliance Communications is the second operator after BSNL to have a special iPad 2 tariff. The plans are not as cheap as BSNL's, but are cheaper than RCom's 3G plans.
Airtel 3G services are also offered in various other cities of Rajasthan including Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Bhilwara and Chomu.
Customers can enjoy essential BlackBerry messaging services, BlackBerry Internet Service and BlackBerry Enterprise Server service starting at Rs 99, Rs 199 and Rs 599 respectively.
It provides news in the form of three voice calls giving the headlines from popular Bengali channel, Star Ananda.
With Airtel 3G, users in Chomu can now experience a host of services including high speed mobile internet, video calls, Mobile TV and much more.
Vodafone has launched 3G services in Kerala and Andhra Pradesh in partnership with Idea Cellular as Vodafone doesn't have spectrum in these circles. It will also launch 3G services in UP West with Airtel as a partner.
S Tel has announced a series of tariff plan, under a common umbrella of Chote Miyan Bade Miyan, for its subscribers in Odisha.
MTS aims to provide high speed data service along other major highways in India as well.
10.5 million users have changed operators using Mobile Number Portability service, registering a growth of 24 per cent. Gujarat again topped the chart with 1 million users switching service provider.