Vodafone Idea has announced the launch of its TurboNet 4G networks which offer increased 4G coverage, more capacity, turbo speed and lower latency when using data services. TurboNet 4G will be available in select cities of UP West, Rajasthan and Rest of Bengal initially before the same rolls out across pan-India regions over the next few months.
Vodafone India’s TurboNet 4G will come with dual spectrum power offering higher capacity and coverage. The new network technology will offer Dynamic Spectrum Re-farming (DSR), Spectrum Re-farming, M-MIMO, L900, TDD and Small Cells to extend coverage across large parts of India.
TurboNet 4G will be enabled with minimal latency for high-speed data uploads and downloads and faster response time on video calls, streaming and games.
Vodafone Idea states that TurboNet 4G will first roll out in select cities of Rajasthan, UP West and Rest of Bengal. The service will then roll out to other regions across the country in a phased manner, meaning it will take a few months for the rollout to complete.
Speaking about the development, Vodafone Idea Chief Technology Officer, Vishant Vora said “With the integration of two strong networks in many markets, Vodafone Idea is becoming a higher-powered, supercharged 4G network on the back of a larger number of sites, deployment of future fit technologies and greater spectrum allocation. TurboNet truly defines the reinvented 4G network which promises to deliver wider coverage, increased capacity, turbo speeds and superior customer experience. Our unified network is being presented to customers of both brands under a single brand proposition – TurboNet 4G – in all the integrated markets in India. So whether you are a Vodafone or Idea customer, your network is now bigger, stronger and better”.
With TurboNet 4G users will be able to enjoy TV shows, movies and online content at faster speeds through Vodafone Play and Idea Movies and TV App, Eros, Sony, Zee5, Hungama Play, T-Series, SunNXT, ShemarooMe, Hoichoi, TV Today, Discovery, Amazon Prime and Netflix.