Vodafone SuperNet 4G Services Launched in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang District

Vodafone India has announced its 4G footprint expansion to Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh, which as per Vodafone is one of the extreme challenging terrains to set up telecom infrastructure. Vodafone is aggressively expanding its 4G services to every corner of the country.


The Vodafone 4G roll out in Tawang follows the successful launch of services in Itanagar, Naharlagun, Ziro, Along & Pasighat; and will soon be rolled out across other major towns in Arunachal Pradesh. Vodafone is also offering free 4GB of data for 4G SIM upgrade to the residents of the city.

Vodafone, a couple of days ago, announced a new offer for the existing 2G and 3G SIM holders, who will get 4GB of free data for upgrading their network to 4G. Vodafone is offering the same benefits to Tawang users as well. The free 4GB data will be valid for 10 days, while postpaid customers can avail the same benefit till their next billing date. Customers need to be on a 4G enabled handset to avail this offer. Vodafone 4G SIMs are available at all Vodafone Mini Stores, and multi-brand outlets located across Arunachal Pradesh says the company.

Along with the 4GB SIM upgrade offer, Vodafone is also offering 22GB of 4G data at just Rs. 999 for the users in the state along with free Vodafone Play services for one month.

As mentioned earlier, Vodafone is aggressively expanding its 4G footprint to every corner of India. Vodafone 4G service is currently available in 248 towns and more than 1300 villages across all Seven States in the circle.

Besides this, the company recently added five more countries to its international roaming supported list and the total countries where Vodafone offers roaming services are SA, UAE, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Spain, Greece, Switzerland, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Turkey, Belgium, Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Czech Republic, Portugal, Romania, Albania, Hungary, Luxembourg, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Russia, Taiwan, Mauritius, and Morocco.

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April 14, 2017 9:04 am 9:04 AM

Oh no. China will oppose it like it did with Dhalaai Laama’s visit.

S Gopal
April 15, 2017 3:18 am 3:18 AM


April 14, 2017 8:46 am 8:46 AM

TRAI and DOT should look into this fluffy marketing term called “SuperNet 4G” coined by Vodafone. It is exactly a standard lowest tier 4G network with nothing “super” about it. There is neither any Carrier Aggregation (LTE Advanced) nor capable of VoLTE right now. Jio crushes Vodafone with 4G.

It’s like Apple calling their iPhone displays “Retina” inspite of being inferior to Samsung with their QHD SAMOLED displays.

Shivang Singh (SS)
April 14, 2017 1:51 pm 1:51 PM

Right now here in UPE, Vodafone 4G crushes Jio with 21Mbps to sub 1Mbps. It all depends on location. In my location, Jio is shit.

Girish Gowda
April 14, 2017 4:21 pm 4:21 PM

Because no one is on Vada’s network there now.

Shivang Singh (SS)
April 15, 2017 6:21 pm 6:21 PM

They are offering the 1 GB per day plan to almost every 4G customers here.

April 13, 2017 8:55 pm 8:55 PM

Off topic;- jio is totally insane, they are cheating paid users as well as whole industry. Today I have received free jio summer offer without doing any offer.

Girish Gowda
April 14, 2017 4:23 pm 4:23 PM

You should complain when you actually get the offer without recharging. There are several bugs in the app which they are trying to sort out. Just a message doesn’t confirm you have got the offer. Come back after 16th April and tell us if your issue still persists.

April 14, 2017 2:01 pm 2:01 PM

Why r u upset ….When u r getting something for free & others are getting the lowest tariff after free usage of 6 months & those not enrolling to jio are also getting value for money..

April 14, 2017 1:43 am 1:43 AM

Jio is a good example how to be popular in least time,I mean dont take it just literally;)