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Reliance To Offer 4G Services in India by mid-2012

Mukesh Ambani - once the richest man in the world and the man behind Reliance Industries revealed their company's future plans to roll out 4G data services and low cost tablets by mid-2012 in India, offering blazing fast speeds upto 50 – 100 Mbps (at-least seven times faster than the current 3G speeds in India) Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) plans to launch their 4G services across 700 cities in India by June, 2012, utilizing now RIL owned Infotel's pan-India spectrum license for broadband wireless access.

Reliance India 4G

The company also revealed plans to launch their affordable low-cost data cards and Android-powered tablets, strategically priced between ₹ 3,000 ($60) – ₹ 8,000 ($165).

The company is said to be in final phase of talks with three vendors — Alcatel Lucent, Ericsson and Huawei to provision the 4G broadband gear for their network. On the tablet front the company is said to be in touch with over 15 Taiwanese and Chinese OEMs with their aim to offer devices across a wide spectrum of services at prices ranging from Rs 3,000 to Rs 15,000.


I suggest RIL should first think to implement 3G service all over their coverage area.

That would be a nice service.

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