As part of its Project Leap, telecommunications services provider Bharti Airtel has launched its platinum 3G network for customers in Shillong. Platinum 3G promises to deliver faster internet speed, enhanced voice clarity and an improved network experience for customers in the circle. The offer will help optimize the backend engagement between the network and mobile devices, thus allowing customers to enjoy extended battery life on their phones, the company said in a release.
Bharti Airtel has recently commenced the implementation of its network transformation program “Project Leap” in North East and Assam. With a national investment of Rs 60,000 crores over the next three years, the project is a strategic company initiative aimed at perceptibly improving its network quality.
Sameer Anjaria, CEO, North East and Assam, Bharti Airtel, said, “Today we are pleased to offer Platinum 3G services to our customers in Shillong. In line with our long term growth strategy for North East and Assam, we will be investing heavily in upgrading our network and providing seamless customer experience across various technologies under “Project Leap”.
Earlier in July 2015, the company had introduced 4G services in North East. With Airtel 4G and Platinum 3G both available in the circle now, the company says that it is uniquely positioned to become the only network in North East to deliver the ultimate ‘Smartphone Network’ experience for its customers.
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