Vodafone India Drives 3G Adoption With Be Smart Mobile Internet Initiative, Targets users with HSPA Handsets

By July 25th, 2013 AT 5:15 PM

Vodafone India today launched ‘Be Smart’ Mobile Internet initiative.

Vodafone ‘Be Smart’ Mobile Internet initiative communicates the need for synergizing 3G technology with HSPA enabled handsets, for a faster, smarter and better mobile internet experience. This initiative in Mumbai is in line with Vodafone’s overall strategy to democratise data and enhance awareness on the benefits of mobile internet to both current as well as prospective customers.

The new ‘Be Smart’ initiative projects real life situations with popular mobile applications ranging from videos & music, navigation, social networking, online gaming, live stock market updates etc. It engages with the audience communicating the message of ‘Smartphones are incomplete without Vodafone 3G’, in a stimulating and interesting manner.

Additionally, opening up the world of 3G to a wider audience and attempting to break existing barriers and inhibitions related to pricing, Vodafone also promotes usage with its Mobile Internet packs competitively priced and starting from Rs 44 for its Mumbai customers to induce usage with HSPA enabled handsets and experience 3G.

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It is a matter of laugh that Vodafone is telling us to “be smart” with Rs 44 (175 MB data for 7 days). However smarter one can choose better 3G packs from other companies and remain free from VAS also.

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