Guwahati: In an effort to enhance indoor network connectivity and add experience to smartphone customers of the region, leading integrated telecommunication services provider Bharti Airtel upgraded its 4G network with the deployment of LTE 900 technology in Assam and the rest of Northeast.
With the exclusive propagation and reach of the 900 Mhz spectrum, Airtel smartphone customers will enjoy improved 4G availability inside buildings — homes, offices and malls. It will also result in wider availability of Airtel 4G across the region.
Adding high speed data capacity to customers in the region, the telecom company on Tuesday announced to expand its network in the region by rolling out 2,720 new base stations and 3,100 km of optic fibre under its network transformation programme.
Raveendra Desai, the CEO for Assam and Northeast, Airtel, expressed that the company’s endeavour is to deliver quality network experience to customers so that they can enjoy a seamless high speed data and HD quality calling experience in an upgraded network.
“The deployment of LTE 900 will further boost Airtel 4G coverage, particularly inside homes and buildings” he informed.
He further promised on the company’s behalf that they will continue to invest in deployment of latest network technologies in the region to delight their customers.
In Assam and NE, Airtel uses a spectrum bank — 2300 Mhz (TD LTE), 1800 Mhz (FD LTE), and 900 Mhz (LTE 900) to offer 4G Volte services for its customers. In addition to it the telecom company also deployed network technologies and tools such as 4G Advanced and Carrier Aggregation to step up high speed network capacity and coverage.
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