By May 14th, 2009 AT 5:57 PM

mtnl_3g_jadooIndia’s first 3G Mobile service Operator, Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL)  is going to launch 3G Mobile services under the brand name ‘MTNL 3G Jadu’ in Mumbai on Friday over its GSM mobile Service Dolphin along with Trump.

According the official sources MTNL’s Chairman and Managing Director R.S.P Sinha will launch 3G service tomorrow in Mumbai. The official inauguration function will be held in south Mumbai’s five star  Hotel Taj President. Those of you who never gave up on the MTNL services in Mumbai will finally have an option to opt for the for 3G services in the city.

In order to launch the 3G service in Mumbai, MTNL has already set up 720 base transceiver stations in the Mumbai Circle.

MTNL will offer the following services with 3G, Video calling, Video conferencing, and Rich Multimedia experience, Video on demand, Mobile Internet speeds up to 7 mbps and Mobile TV.MTNL has  already launched its 3G Mobile  services in New Delhi and is expected to enthrall 100, 000 customers by this year.

Stay Tuned to Telecom Talk for MTNL 3G Pricing of Mumbai and more Update.

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The tollfree number 1503 is not giving any update about 3G from MTNL phone


Did you say 7mbps cos thats like 3.5G rather than 3G Delhi gets only 2mbps.

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