Thursday, October 13, 2016

Airtel V-Fiber with speeds up to 100Mbps launched in Chennai

Airtel has launched ‘V-Fiber’ in Chennai that offers speeds of up to 100 Mbps. It is based on Vectorization, which is Europe’s No.1 fixed broadband technology. Airtel the first operator in India to use this technology.

Airtel said that it has also upgraded local exchanges with equipment to handle fiber speeds. It also said that there is no need for wiring or drilling in customer’s premises, just a new modem upgrade is required to experience ‘V-Fiber’.

Airtel is also offering ‘V-Fiber’ for all its existing customers at no extra monthly cost. “If customer is not happy with the service within one month, modem charges and the amount will be adjusted in the next billing cycle,” said Airtel. New customers will get unlimited three months trial offer.

Airtel also announced unlimited free voice calling for all broadband customers at no extra cost and it recently started offering myHome Rewards that offers 5GB extra data for broadband users for every Airtel postpaid or DTH connection.

Commenting on the launch, Ajai Puri, Director – Operations, Bharti Airtel, said:India is witnessing an explosive growth in data usage and a lot of in-home data consumption is happening over fixed broadband that offers consistent speeds. Airtel has always innovated ahead of the curve and offered its customers best-in-class broadband technology and experience. With ‘V-Fiber’ and our national optic fiber backbone, we are all set to offer a future ready network for tomorrow’s digitally connected homes. This solution, besides reducing out carbon footprint, offers a very quick and convenient upgrade to the customer. We are also delighted to launch our innovative myHome Rewards and unlimited free voice calling facility for our customers.

Airtel V-Fiber is currently live in Chennai and will be deployed across 87 cities in coming weeks. You can head to apply for new V-Fiber connection or upgrade your existing connection.

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