Huawei and Airtel offer Free 3G Internet Access to EasyCabs Passengers in Delhi

By July 5th, 2013 AT 5:39 PM

Bharti Airtel and leading 3G data card maker Huawei join hands and announced a new exciting FREE high speed 3G Internet offer for the people of Delhi – NCR circle using EasyCabs radio taxi service.

Huawei join hands with Airtel for giving 3G internet in Delhi Easycabs

As part of the joint offer, the passengers of EasyCabs in Delhi and NCR circle can enjoy a high-speed on-line Airtel 3G experience while on-the-move at FREE of cost. At present, the passengers in Delhi NCR can avail this offer in 100 EasyCabs. The offer will be valid from June 28 to September 27, 2013 in Delhi NCR.

Data card player Huawei has installed its E355 WiFi datacard combined with Bharti Airtel 3G high speed Internet (Mobile Broadband) in 100 EasyCabs in the city offering Wi-Fi Hotspot on the go.

With airtel 3G free in the EasyCabs, consumers can download Movies, Watch Videos, Watch live TV, make Video calls or access high speed Internet. With high download speeds, Huawei E355 comes with plug and play feature and offers the most cost effective Wi-Fi hotspot solution.

Huawei E355 supports WiFi creation in different scenarios – regular USB modem plugged into laptops, plugged into wall power mains and in car chargers. Upon using a password provided to commuters, they will be able to access the web on any Internet-enabled device during their travel journey. Wi-Fi Hotspot in a taxi will be a perfect offering for people on the go and will be useful for family and corporate groups traveling together.

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This is so interesting! An Internet Access to EasyCabs Passengers are great idea. Because it is a good way for them to have access immediately to their loves. I hope that these offer will be extended. Fantastic!

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Is this legal ? I mean how do we know which customer has used the net to send what mail ? There is no trace of events – post usage. especially if there is a problem in the post TVP era

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