Airtel 3G Now in Durgapur West Bengal

By April 12th, 2011 AT 2:48 PM

Airtel 3G Now in Durgapur West BengalBharti Airtel today announced the launch of its 3G services in Durgapur West Bengal. Airtel also launched its Mobile Comics Portal, Video Talkies and IPL live on Mobile TV on its 3G service.

With this launch Airtel 3G will be available in 22 locations across India including Bengaluru, Mumbai, Chennai, Coimbatore, Mysore, Manipal, Udipi, Jaipur Delhi – NCR, Hubli, Patna, Hyderabad and now in Durgapur.

Airtel 3G customers can now pay Rs 5 per day and start receiving unlimited comics from a wide collection of famous titles, including regional content. To subscribe, Airtel mobile customers can send ‘3G’ to 54321.

Airtel has also come up with Video Talkies portal which will allow Airtel customers to watch popular Bollywood and regional movies (including Bengali) in high quality. The movies are compressed into 15 minute capsules comprising of the best scenes and songs with background story narration.

To subscribe, one need to send ‘3G’ to 54321, receive a WAP link for Airtel 3G Zone, select Video Talkies and choose from a wide range of top films and regional language categories. The service is available for Rs. 25 (per view) and Rs. 15 per week for 1 movie on a subscription basis.

To know more or Airtel 3G services call 12134 (toll free) or SMS ‘3G HELP’ to 121

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