Tikona Starts Allowing Users To Test Its Services Before Buying

By May 20th, 2015 AT 4:06 PM

The ever mounting competition has prompted the broadband service providing company Tikona to come up with a new offer. As per the reports, it has started allowing the users to test its speed and network before they actually buy it. The decision has been taken to ensure that the users can have 100% faith in Tikona’s lucrative offers and broadband plans.


It’s not the first time when Tikona Digital Networks has taken a consumer friendly decision. Recently the company launched a few data plans which were as good as the plans of any other broadband service provider in Indian Telecom Industry.

Tikona Networks was founded in year 2008 by some of the industry veterans, and within a few years it has expanded to over 25 cities across India.
Some of the awards that the company has grabbed in this short duration include Economic Times Telecom Award 2013, Global Telecoms Business Innovations Award 2012, Voice and Data Leadership Award, New Delhi 2012, VARINDIA Star Nite Awards, New Delhi, 2011, etc.

Letting users test the device and service before paying for it is something most of the companies in broadband market don’t do; hence, Tikona has paved the way for a new concept in the industry. It will be great to see how the company continues this offer in the future.

Bhupendra holds a Post Graduate degree from Christ University. He is an investment banker & trader by profession and a writer by heart.

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