MTS Rolls Out Broadband Connectivity On Chennai Bengaluru Highway

MTS India the CDMA Mobile and EVDO Data services operator today announced the launch of seamless High Speed Data connectivity (Wireless Broadband Service) across the 350 KM long Chennai – Bengaluru stretch of National Highway 04.

This particular stretch of NH 04 is one of the busiest highways in the country. The roll-out is part of a larger blueprint wherein, the Company plans to provide seamless HSD connectivity on some of the busiest National Highways across the country as announced on July 14th, 2011 with the launch of HSD connectivity (Wireless Broadband Service) across the 265 KM long Delhi – Jaipur Highway as we shared on TelecomTalk.

With the roll out of HSD services on the Chennai – Bengaluru stretch of NH-04, MTS customers will be able to enjoy seamless HSD connectivity on their laptops and Smart phones.The launch is also significant as it makes MTS, the first telcom operator in the country to provide HSD connectivity on NH4 connecting the Tamilnadu’s capital with the Karnataka’s capital.

According to Vsevolod Rozanov, President & CEO, MTS India , “With a view to enhance customer experience, MTS has prepared a blue print to take the mobile broadband usage in the country to the next level. In a phased manner, MTS will be launching seamless HSD services across some of the busiest highways in the country.

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October 13, 2011 6:33 am 6:33 AM

MTS provides most expensive data service and quality of service is not that good.
Reliance gives 1 GB at Rs.200 for 7 days but MTS giver this at Rs.298 with lots of terms and conditions.

A sen
October 13, 2011 1:52 am 1:52 AM

@Avishek Ghosh
u can dream my friend if u think MTS is gonna stay here for long…
CDMA is a dying tech and any operator with this is on a sinking ship.
MNP has hit the last nail on the coffin.
About 15m cust. i think it is still peanuts compared to overall base.

I really don’t see any ‘demand’ for MTS whatsoever in cities and with almost negligible mobile handset market i am sure about that.

indrajit paswan
October 13, 2011 12:06 am 12:06 AM

@Avishek Ghosh
u r ryt,i m using mblaze.its nice.