Tata Photon Plus Wins Ndtv Tech Life Awards 2010

By May 25th, 2010 AT 12:02 PM

Tata Photon Plus Wins Ndtv Tech Life Awards 2010Tata Photon Plus, the innovative wireless broadband product, has won ‘NDTV Tech Life Awards 2010’. TTSL was adjudged the ‘Gadget of the Year Jury’s Choice’ award for Tata Photon Plus, the market leader in the wireless mobile broadband access space.

This prestigious award was received by Tata Teleservices Limited at Delhi’s Hotel Taj Palace, Sardar Patel Marg, from the jury panel that adjudicated over the nominations and the selection of the winners—amongst the jury members were noted technologists and celebrities like Mr Atul Chitnis, Mr Kishore Bhargava, Mr Prasanto Kumar Roy, Ms Gul Panag, Mr Vikram Chandra, Mr Rajiv Makhni, Mr Nishant Padhiar and Mr Ashish Bhatia.

The award further strengthens the recognition received by the company on the products and networks fronts, the best of which has been the seven consecutive times that TTSL has been awarded the ‘Company with the Least Congested Network’ by TRAI.

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Same thinking I had about Tata products but Photon+ has shattered my confidence in TATA’s. Now I am going to shift to 3g data card and in future I will be more careful before trusting TATAs blindly


I am too surprised how tata photon + got this award. Either Jury is ignorant or NDTV got money to dole out award to photon+.
Photon+ advertises speed upto 3.1 mbps but actual speed is generally around 0.02 to 0.4 mbps (very rarely 0.4mbps). Also the service disconnects very frequently.

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