Vodafone SuperNet Services launched in Haryana

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Vodafone India has launched its SuperNet in Haryana and has welcomed the people in the state to experience Vodafone’s 4G services.

“Our investments in the last fiscal has been in putting a world class Supernet experience for our 53 lakh + customers .Haryana now boasts of an upgraded Vodafone SuperNet, which provides customers with all-round benefits of a seamless network experience, beyond just speed, with super content, super streaming and super HD voice. We welcome all new customers to be part of a global experience,” said Mohit Narru, Business Head –Haryana, Vodafone India.

According to the company, Vodafone SuperNet 4G uses Cisco’s SON (Self Optimizing Network) technology to deliver improved voice call quality and reduced dropped calls. Vodafone claims that SON provides network the intelligence to understand the needs and optimize itself in real-time in a manner. Roll-out of new sites, high capacity back haul, future-ready technology are also promised by Vodafone for its customers, enabling the customers to avail high-speed connections.

In Haryana circle, Vodafone 4G SuperNet service can be availed by existing Vodafone customers as well as other mobile service users. The people who use the service of other service providers can port to Vodafone network through the Mobile Number Portability (MNP) facility before availing Vodafone 4G SuperNet.

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According to the statement released by the company, Vodafone now has over 5000 sites in Haryana circle covering over 99.7% of the region’s population. Vodafone has added 800+ new sites across the circle in last one year. With this, Vodafone now reaches out to more than 5 million customers in over 5734 towns and villages. The company estimated that over 3.25 Lakh MNP customers have shifted to Vodafone’s SuperNet service.

The service provider has over 240 retail stores in Haryana circle.

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