The 3G page on Vodafone's official website gives an overview of what 3G is and what it does. It also answers FAQs related to 3G and allows subscribers to register for these services.
The telecom operator had won 3G spectrum in ten circles of Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh (E) and West Bengal. It plans to roll out services in the first half of 2011.
The 3G page on its website gives an overview of what this technology is and what it can do. It also answers FAQs related to 3G and has a section where subscribers can register for 3G services. The page also enables mobile phone users to check whether their device is compatible with 3G.
This it does by maintaining a list of 173 handset brands. However, to our surprise, the list has skipped a few big local handset manufacturers such as Micromax, Lava and Lemon Mobiles.
Vodafone isn't the first operator to create a 3G webpage. Tata Docomo had unveiled a website called 3glife.com, which is dedicated to informing consumers about the benefits of 3G. The home page features a global 3G live stream that captures everything being said about 3G on the internet. Integrated across Twitter, Facebook, thousands of blogs, forums and news sites, it provides a real time conversation cloud around 3G.
Similarly, Bharti Airtel and Reliance Communications also have launched 3G pages on their websites.
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