Tata Teleservices Unveils Tata Photon on Rev.B

By September 1st, 2011 AT 5:05 PM

Tata Teleservices Unveils Tata Photon on Rev.BWithin hours after the announcement of MTS MBlaze over Rev B Phase 2 Network, Tata Teleservices Limited today unveiled  Tata Photon on Rev.B.

Tata Photon on Rev.B will be available in 27 major metros and cities across the country, with the rest of the country to be mapped soon thereafter.

TTL’s Next-Gen Rev.B network is capable of scaling up to speeds of 14.7 Mbps across the country.

Tata Photon on Rev.B solution is in the final phase of testing, and the product will be commercially available in the market in the second fortnight of September.

The latest launch will help further strengthen TTL’s presence in this space, especially since a dedicated data carrier will ensure that customers with Tata Photon on Rev.B have an unparalleled and unfettered user experience.

This launch marks the entry of a world-best CDMA platform in India, providing users with a never-before browsing experience, the benefits of Free National Roaming and Seamless In-building Coverage.

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“Tata Photon on Rev.B solution is in the final phase of testing, and the product will be commercially available in the market in the second fortnight of September”

We are already into second fortnight of September. When will REV B launch ??

Ignited mind
Ignited mind

sri : DB : @sri @ SRI … forgot the days of UNLIMITED … you want QUALITY, then PAY FOR IT >> When there is no unlimited service from these guys what is the benefit to the end users even if they offer 1GB speed or 10Gb speed / rev. A or rev. B or rev. Z? Ok Let us talk about Quality and The price we are paying. Did you ever get 144kbps when you paid for that plan? Did you ever get 3.1 Mbps speed when you paid for 3.1 Mbps? Did you ever find any one who… Read more »

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