Aircel starts offering 4G LTE WiFI router, 4G Plans starting at Rs 999

By February 8th, 2015 AT 1:57 AM

Aircel is buckling up its armour and entering into the 4G LTE battlefield in which up till now Airtel and Reliance Jio have been locking horns for gaining the early movers advantage. Aircel holds 20MHz of spectrum in the 4G LTE 2300 MHz band across eight circles – Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha, Assam and North East and Jammu and Kashmir. In comparison, Airtel holds 20MHz of spectrum in the same band in 8 circles including the 4 circles of Qualcomm which it bought out and Reliance Jio holds Pan India spectrum in this band.

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Aircel has launched a 4G LTE WiFi router which is simply plug and play enabled, which means it is portable unlike the traditional wired broadband routers which need to be plugged in with Ethernet cable for them to be functional. Aircel proclaims that this router is 3 times better than DSL and 20 times better than data dongles.

Aircel 4G Plans and Pricing:

  • 4G super home 10GB- Monthly rental Rs.999 provides 10GB data at LTE speeds after which speed is throttled to 512Kbps for additional 1GB beyond which speed is throttled to 256Kbps.
  • 4G super home 15GB- Monthly rental Rs.1349 provides 15GB data at LTE speeds after which speed is throttled to 512Kbps for additional 1.5GB beyond which speed is throttled to 256Kbps.
  • 4G super home 25GB- Monthly rental Rs.1999 provides 25GB at LTE speeds after which speed is throttled to 1Mbps for additional 2.5GB beyond which speed is throttled to 512Kbps.
  • 4G super home 50GB-Monthly rental Rs.2999 provides 50GB at LTE speeds after which speed is throttled to 1Mbps for additional 5GB beyond which speed is throttled to 512 Kbps.
  • 4G super home 100GB- Monthly rental Rs.4799 provides 100GB at LTE speeds after which speed is throttled to 1Mbps for additional 10GB beyond which speed is throttled to 512Kbps.

Inputs : Yashwanth

Physiotherapist by day and techno buff by evening, Esmail is our very own in-house spectrum specialist. He has a keen eye for the Mobile data and DTH segments.

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Raju
Raju

I have taken a connection 4G LTE,I want to tell you all that Please dont take the connection.after paying the bill also they will disconnect the connection due to bad interfaces in payment will not update in their end. The management will not reply or customer care service is poor that will not route your number at all. the other service number executives will disconnect the phone in between. the appellate service is also so poor will not reply even if we escalate to them. Due to bad interfaces maintiang payment our credit score will impact on us. so if… Read more »

Partha Roy
Partha Roy

Their 4g sucks…. . …my bsnl 2mbps is much better. Hardly 3 or 4 days in a month I get speed over 10mbps. Upload speed seldom reaches 0.5mbps. They are sick…customer service is shit. .you cannot even check ur data usage…you have to call up call center to know your usage…and they a charging 1500 for 15gb…and after you exhaust your data, the speed is worse than 2g…my foot 4g….

Ashutosh
Ashutosh

I totally agree with u..

banil
banil

can anybody suggest me which internet (broadband or 3G) i can get immediately with good speed.

Johara
Johara

Thik koisa kela

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