Vodafone has launched its 4G network in UP West and Uttarakhand offering “4 times” as much data for a 1GB pack.
Among the first wave of cities are Dehradun, Haridwar, Aligarh, Nainital and nine other prominent business, tourism and educational hubs.
“4G services will soon be available across several other major towns across the circle by March 2017,” it added.
It said it will shortly launch in Goa, Punjab and Chennai, taking the total to 2400 towns by March 2017.
With today’s launch, the company will offer 2G, 3G and 4G services in UP West on its own network.
The other states in which the company has launched 4G are Kerala, Karnataka, Kolkata, Delhi & NCR, Mumbai, Haryana, UP East, Gujarat, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Assam & North East, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu.
These 17 circles (including the planned launches in Goa, Chennai and Punjab) contribute over 90 percent of Vodafone India’s data revenues.
Vodafone has 11.4 million customers in the UP West circle.
It will offer free upgrade to 4G, and 2 GB Data free with very 4G SIM upgrade. Prepaid customers will get 4 times 4G data on purchase of 1GB pack.