Airtel commences Project Leap in North East, Agartala gets Airtel Platinum 3G

By February 24th, 2016 AT 3:28 PM

Airtel has launched its Platinum 3G network in Agartala under ‘Project Leap’. Besides delivering faster internet and superior network experience, Airtel’s Platinum 3G will help optimise the backend engagement between the network and mobile devices, reducing the battery consumption on phone.


“Today we are pleased to offer Platinum 3G services to our customers in Agartala. 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”, said Sameer Anjaria, CEO, Airtel North East and Assam.

Project Leap is an initiative of Airtel to improve its network quality and deliver the best customer experience. The company has made an investment of INR 60,000 crores nationally on the project. In July 2015, Airtel had introduced 4G services in North East.

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