Airtel rolls out Platinum 3G network for customers in Indore

By September 24th, 2015 AT 11:51 AM

Bharti Airtel, today announced the launch of its Platinum 3G network for customers in Indore. Now available at 3G tariffs, Airtel’s Platinum 3G will boost indoor coverage, enhance voice clarity, deliver faster internet speeds and offer a superior network experience for customers.

Vir Inder Nath, Chief Executive Officer, Madhya Pradesh

Additionally, Platinum 3G will help optimize the backend engagement between the network and mobile devices, thus allowing customers to enjoy extended battery life on their phones.

Commenting on the launch of Platinum 3G, Vir Inder Nath, Chief Executive Officer, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, Bharti Airtel said, “As a leader in the telecommunication space, it is our endeavor at Airtel to consistently innovate and make investments that help us move closer to our vision of delivering a seamless network experience to our customers. The launch of Platinum 3G is an integral part of this commitment and will deliver enhanced voice as well as data connectivity for customers – at existing 3G tariffs. We now invite data savvy customers in Indore to enjoy Airtel Platinum 3G and experience our world class ‘Smartphone Network’.

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