NEW DELHI: Telenor Group’s India subsidiary has silently forayed into the 4G space by launching 4G services in Varanasi city of UP East circle.
The telco has deployed narrow-band LTE network on its 1800 MHz spectrum for launching its 4G service in the city. It is offering ultra-affordable 4G plans for its customers, according to TelecomTalk.
Till date, Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India, Idea Cellular, Aircel, and Tikona have commercially launched 4G services in the country. Reliance Jio, the country’s pan-India 4G telco, is likely to launch commercial services soon.
The report said that Telenor has priced 1GB 4G data at just Rs 149 and 2GB 4G data at Rs 219 with 28 days validity.Under the pack, customers will also get reduced call rate of 25 p/min for local calls and 30 p/min for STD calls on recharging with these 4G packs.
Telenor is also offering two trail packs priced at Rs 11 and Rs 22 offering 100MB and 250MB of 4G data respectively with a 1 day validity.