Airtel has launched its 4G services in Nashik with this roll out Airtel Customers can enjoy 4G services in 4G dongles and Wi-Fi CPEs. The dongles are priced at Rs.1500 the CPE is priced at Rs.2500. Customers can select from a host of affordable 4G postpaid plans.
Special demo zones and kiosks have been installed in Nashik city at Airtel Express Stores situated in Gangapur Road, Mumbai Naka, Trimurti Chowk, Datta Mandir, Indira Nagar, Panchwati, and Satpur for customers to experience LIVE demos and get started on 4G. With this roll out Nashik becomes the 3rd city in Maharashtra after Pune and Nagpur and the 15th city in the country to get Airtel 4G.
4G is very powerful network compare to 3G, First things first, the “G” stands for a generation of mobile technology, installed in phones and on cellular networks. Each “G” generally requires you to get a new phone, and for networks to make expensive upgrades. The first two were analog cell phones (1G) and digital phones (2G). Then it got complicated.
Third-generation mobile networks, or 3G, came to the U.S. in 2003. With minimum consistent Internet speeds of 144Kbps, 3G was supposed to bring “mobile broadband.” There are now so many varieties of 3G, though, that a “3G” connection can get you Internet speeds anywhere from 400Kbps to more than ten times that.
New generations usually bring new base technologies, more network capacity for more data per user, and the potential for better voice quality, too.
4G phones are supposed to be even faster, but that’s not always the case. There are so many technologies called “4G,” and so many ways to implement them, that the term is almost meaningless. The International Telecommunications Union, a standards body, tried to issue requirements to call a network 4G but they were ignored by carriers, and eventually the ITU backed down. 4G technologies include HSPA+ 21/42, WiMAX, and LTE (although some consider LTE the only true 4G of that bunch, and some people say none of them are fast enough to qualify.)