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Express ComputersSmartphones risingExpress ComputersWhile Reliance and Tata Indicom both offer EVDO data cards, neither offers 3G on the phone yet. For private operators to do that, spectrum has to be ...
Tata Indicom Launches Photon+ in Delhi - A Look At Wireless ...WATBlogThe Photon+ service claims to be 20 time faster than the existing wireless data card connections, and approximately 10 times than the availability of ...
...selling 3G services later this year. For now, though, if you need fast data access on the go, you can buy high-speed data cards or plug-in USB modems from Reliance and Tata Indicom. They don’t like to call them 3G so as not to upset the government, which hasn’t...
3G: what does it mean for you?LivemintFor now, though, if you need fast data access on the go, you can buy high-speed data cards or plug-in USB modems from Reliance and Tata Indicom. ...
...Communications (RCOM) and Tata Indicom have data limits set for the unlimited plans for their wireless high speed broadband service. Both Indicoms Photon Plus, and Reliance Netconnect Plus have a data limit of 10GB for their “Unlimited” plans, according to...
...way a DTH connection is set up. So would these users be counted as WiMAX users, or broadband? Secondly, what about Data Card users? With both Reliance and Tata Indicom launching EVDO/EVDV services that offer wireless connectivity of upto 3.1 Mbps, shouldn’t...
...GSM/GPRS networks. Together with a 'One World –One Number‘ R-UIM (removable user identity module) card powered by Tata Indicom, users can access email and data, as well as place and receive domestic and international calls, nationwide on the Tata Indicom...
...networks. Together with a ‘One World – One Number’ R-UIM (Removable User Identity Module) card powered by TATA Indicom, users can access email and data, as well as place and receive domestic and international calls, nationwide on the TATA Indicom CDMA network...
...offered with the new connection. For new postpaid connections, Rs 25 will be credited in the customers’ bill. In case of data cards and USB modems, it will be Rs 25 worth minutes—as per the tariff plan chosen by the customer. A few days ago, we had reported...