Vodafone India implements solutions to improve indoor coverage

By December 25th, 2015 AT 12:04 PM

Vodafone India, the country’s second largest telco, is rolling out the 5BARz Network Extender solution onto the Vodafone India network to improve indoor coverage. The telco has issued a follow on purchase order of 5BARz Network Extender to their initial purchase orders previously announced this past summer.

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 “We began working with Vodafone at the beginning of this year and have steadily worked through the steps necessary to begin commercial rollout and look forward to a successful, mutually beneficial relationship with Vodafone here in India,” Samartha Nagabhushanam, 5BARz India, CEO, said in a statement.

Vodafone India has recently launched its 4G services in Kerala, Over the last 18 months, the company has invested more than Rs 700 crores in Kerala towards network expansion and modernisation to build a technology and energy efficient network architecture to support the volumes and need for speed from customers. With one of the largest retail footprints in Kerala of 303 exclusive retail stores, Vodafone’s products and services are easily available across all parts of the state. Airtel is also investing Rs 60,000 crore in the next three years in its Project Leap, which has been designed to restructure its network and improve the quality of services.

The 5BARz Network Extender will provide an enhanced indoor user experience with mobile devices in network areas that have proven challenging in the past.

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Amygdala
Amygdala

There is a saying in Mumbai..
If you see a person shouting on phone, then there are two possibilities… Either he might be suffering from hearing loss or he’s Vodafone customer.. 😀

Colonel Zaysen
Colonel Zaysen

Among AVOID Group Vodafone is the best. I ported my MTNL 3G Data Card SIM in 2013, when MTNL was in an abandoned state by the UPA Govt and it has been a very good experience till now. However last year same time the problem of call drop inside the room was too much in prime New Delhi Locality of Rajendra Place. They gave useless excuses like Handset replacement and network augmentation etc, but later when the problem became too acute for Vodafone they have installed more BTS and Towers and now signals are excellent inside a sealed basement room… Read more »

Ashish
Ashish

I do agree with u ,i have used Vodafone as a secondary sim ,i must say vodafone is better than idea :p in Maharashtra as far as i have seen ,in hilly region i found only voda in Maharashtra ,my primary sim was airtel at that time but i do agree that airtel is not present in remote areas and hilly areas of Maharashtra n even in darbhanga express while going to hyderbad via Maharashtra ,i found only vodafone at many places specially in dense forest otherwise airtel is best in railway routes except in these places i got poor… Read more »

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