Tikona Starts Campaigning For WiBro Services

Tikona Digital Networks (TDN) is pioneer of wireless broadband in India, they started offering wireless broadband services using unlicensed 5.8MHz & 2.4GHz spectrum for home and business users on Korea-developed WiBro technology platform. Tikona Digital Networks serves the home and enterprise segments under the brand names Tikona Wi-Bro and Tikona Enterprise Solutions respectively.

WiBro adopts TDD for duplexing, OFDMA for multiple access and 8.75/10.00 MHz as a channel bandwidth.

A BWA auction winner Tikona paid Rs1, 058 crore, (8% of pan-India BWA license) for spectrum in Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh (east and west), Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh. Wining these circles means Tikona can cater around 30% of India’s urban population. Tikona has planned to roll out its services in Q1 of 2011 but it is not sure which technology they will adopt – LTE or WiMAX. But it is expected they will follow RIL Infotel’s footsteps and will deploy LTE.

The company has deployed strong level of security measures such as WPA2 advanced encryption, 802.1X authentication, MAC level binding and a unique combination of user ID and password, giving complete protection from security risks of Wi-Fi devices. Additionally every Tikona subscribers are offered a complete virus protection.

For serving its enterprise customers better Tikona Digital Networks is building an all IP wireless network using 4th Generation technologies such as OFDM and MIMO in more than 100 towns across India. They are deploying wireless broadband services on the Multiple-Input and Multiple-Output (MIMO) platform using about 110 Mhz of free spectrum. Tikona has Ruckus Wireless as technology partnrt.

Tikona currently offers services in 30 cities including Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Coimbatore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Indore, Kanpur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mangalore, Mumbai, Mysore, Nagpur, Pune, Surat. They have a robust expansion plans, and gearing up to offer its wireless services to 150 cities of India in next 12 months.

Tikona Digital Networks (TDN) has announced the roll out of its first digital campaign ‘Stay SMART Stay Connected’. The 60 days campaign targeting the home segment will be rolled out in two phases. The first phase would focus on creating brand awareness and the second phase will aim at generating leads. The campaign is targeted towards youth and aspirants between the age group of 18 to 45.

Tikona Unlimited plans for Home users:

Bandwidth 256kbps 512 kbps 750 kbps 1Mbps 2Mbps
Monthly Plans
Installation charge Rs 500
Plan Charge (Rs) 499 599 799 1399 3499
1st Payment (incl. tax) (Rs) 1102 1213 1433 2095 4411
Quarterly Plans (50% discount on installation charge)
Installation charge Rs 250
Plan Charge (Rs) 1499 1799 2399
1st Payment (incl. tax) (Rs) 1930 2260 2922
Half yearly plan (zero installation charge)
Plan Charge (Rs) 2999 3599 4799
1st Payment (incl. tax) (Rs) 3308 3970 5294
Annual Plans (Pay for 10 months, enjoy 1 yr unlimited internet)
Plan Charge (Rs) 5000 6000
1st Payment (incl. tax) (Rs) 5515 6618

In recent days, Tikona came up with new brand name of Tikona WiBro (Wireless Broadband) and rolled out new tariff plans:


They are offering live demo, just give a call to 1800 20 90044 or sms TIKONA to 575758. For more details visit www.tikona.in

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Vaibhav
January 23, 2011 1:13 pm 1:13 PM
I have applied for Tikona Wi-bro service half yearly plan of HULTD3299 with download speed of 300 kbps for Rs. 3639/- which offered with free installation charges. The installation executive told me that the service will activated within 24 hrs. 2 days later after logged in my service id not activated and my user authentication failed due to user not active. I have called on several occations to Tikona Customer Care, where they first told me that service will active within 1 day, then after calling them they are not able to tell the exact reason of the activation of… Read more »
Raj
November 2, 2010 8:41 pm 8:41 PM

m using tikona n it suxx to the core… my sugesstion is rather go for bsnl 3G at 700 p.m. anything is good but not tikona…

Mayank
November 1, 2010 3:16 pm 3:16 PM
HI All, One of the worst ISP ever. When they say its all wirless; its really not. Its only wirless till your building but when it reaches your home its same old wired connection. They install wireless Nano machine on your terrace and then give connection to your home thru RJ-45 cable. When i asked for wifi router they said it will at additional cost. When they advt. themselves as Wifi broadband provider then why you pay for a router as additional cost. Even heard it from my friends and reviews on internet; the subsribed speed is always hard to… Read more »
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