Airtel Extends Its 3G Services in Uttar Pradesh (West) and Uttarakhand

Airtel Extends Its 3G Services in Uttar Pradesh (West) and UttarakhandAirtel today announced the launch of its 3G services in UP West & Uttarakhand, lighting up the key cities of Dehradun, Agra, Aligarh, Meerut, Selaqui, Modinagar, Muradnagar, Bareilly, Rishikesh, Mussoorie, Haridwar & Hapur.

With Airtel 3G services, customers can now access a wide array of capabilities at speeds never experienced before – thereby bringing them closer to all that they love.

Airtel 3G will give it’s customers a faster, smarter and better mobile experience with internet access at speeds upto 21 Mbps on their finger tips. With the high speed HSPA (High Speed Download Packet Access) network, Airtel customers will get best quality experience with cutting edge technology, making it delightful and enjoyable.

Airtel customers in these citires can now go 3G and choose from Airtel’s easy-to-understand 3G tariff plans. Crafted to prevent ‘bill shock’, Airtel 3G plans are designed to help customers monitor their data consumption with personalised usage limits and alerts.

To know more or join Airtel 3G services – customers can visit call 12134 (tollfree) or SMS ‘3G HELP’ to 121.

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Dr. Denis
August 13, 2014 11:48 pm 11:48 PM

Sir, The 3G network at Bareilly towards Izatnagar is very poor. It is horribly slow and only 2G that to dead slow. I wonder how Airtel can have such services. Please do something.

July 22, 2011 11:28 pm 11:28 PM

airtel ka future khatre me aa jaega aane wale kuch saalo me.

July 22, 2011 6:48 pm 6:48 PM

Bharti Airtel on Friday announced an increase in the prepaid tariff rates of its ‘Advantage’ pack.

The company announced that users of advantage packs, which are based on per minute billing, will have to pay 60 paise per minute for local and STD calls to mobile phones and 90 paise for local and STD calls to landlines.

Furthermore, Re 1 and Rs 1.5 will be charged for local and national SMSes, respectively. Existing users will have to pay for new rates after the validity of their existing voucher ends.