Telecom operator Bharti Airtel Thursday said it has rolled out its latest 4G solutions in the distant Hayuliang area in Anjaw field of Arunachal Pradesh to enlarge operations.
Clients in 100 villages across the Hayuliang area will be able to enjoy quick data expertise on the Airtel network, the business said in a statement.
“Airtel plans to gradually expand its 4G solutions to other parts of the district. The rollout, which is part of Project Leap Airtel’s network transformation initiative, is a testament to the organization’s network execution capabilities,” it added.
The company’s network teams and partners have overcome the challenge of extremely difficult terrain to set up the 4G network in the area, it said.
“Airtel has been consistently awakened its 4G capacity in the North East region to serve the fast-paced customer demand for high-speed data.
Airtel is the largest private mobile operator in Arunachal Pradesh with over half a million customers.
Its 4G services cover over 30 cities and 900 cities across the state, the statement said.
Bharti Airtel Chief Executive Officer (North East and Assam) Raveendra Desai said the firm remains dedicated to the government’s digital vision for the nation and will continue to invest in expanding providers.
As part of its network transformation programme Job Leap, Airtel plans to roll out 6,000 new mobile sites across North East throughout 2018-19
together with the aim of stepping up network capability and taking solutions deeper into rural and unconnected places.
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