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Tata Photon broadband launched in Pune

Tata Photon plus is already present in Mumbai, Nagpur, Nashik, Kolhapur and Goa.

Tata Teleservices Maharashtra Limited (TTML) has rolled out Tata Photon plus, its mobile broadband service, in Pune. It has already launched the service in Mumbai, Nagpur, Nashik, Kolhapur and Goa.
Priced at Rs 2,299, Tata Photon is accessible via USB modems and routers and is compatible with both laptops and desktops. Internet access on the device is available in India through the Tata Indicom network. Tata Photon plus subscribers can also watch live television on their laptops and personal computers using the Photon plus TV application.
According to a company statement, the service is 20 times faster than existing mobile wireless technologies.
Raja Srinivas, senior vice president, strategy and special projects, TTML, said in the statement, “With the rise of internet penetration in India, the awareness of and demand for wireless internet connectivity is increasing rapidly; and with computer and laptop sales showing exponential growth in the business and retail segments, there is a huge demand for mobile broadband service and applications enabled by high-speed connectivity. Tata Photon is ideally suited to meet these requirements.”
TTML is licensed to provide telecom services in Maharashtra (including Mumbai) and Goa. It has wireless operations on both Tata Indicom and Tata Docomo platforms and claims over 11 million customers in Maharashtra and Goa.

 

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