Nagpur: The Tata Docomo, the GSM arm of Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra), on Monday formally launched its 3-G services.
“It will equip customers with dual advantage and trusted service from the well known house of Tatas,” president of Tata Teleservices Ltd, Pankaj Sethi, told reporters, in Nagpur.
The 3-G network, set up with assistance of NTT Docomo, supports high speed internet access with speed up to 21.1 mbps and also supports High-Definition voice (HD voice) for a superior voice experience on calls, Sethi said.
“While 3-G is next generation of mobility with its better voice clarity, fewer call drops and high speed internet, the impact is likely to have on consumers lives is much greater,” chief operating officer of the company, Anupam Verma said.
The company also announced attractive and innovative plans like small screen plan and large screen plan, for consumer to upgrade to 3-G life. The plan option are ranging from Rs750 to Rs200 offering 750 to 5000 free call minutes, they said.
Noted firm producer director Mahesh Manjrekar and upcoming Marathi actor Amruta Khanvilkar were guests at the launch.