telecommunications operator Airtel announced that it has updated its Cellular network in Kerala.
The telecommunications company run by Sunil Mittal has provided an additional 5 MHz spectrum in the 1800 MHz and 10 MHz spectrum in the 2300 band. In addition, advanced network software tools have been activated across its entire network across the state, which the company claims will greatly improve its high-speed data capacity.
According to Airtel, this will enable further improvements in network availability and data speed. It is also intended to solve problems related to the coverage of houses and buildings in cities and urban areas.
In addition, the use of Airtel should enable it to offer broader coverage along motorways and railways and to increase its presence in villages.
The telecommunications company acquired 1800, 2300 and 900 MHz frequencies for Kerala during the recent US auctions Indian government.
Marut Dilwari, COO, Kerala, Bharti Airtel Adds: “Airtel is expanding its network with the same commitment to performance and reliability that it has long recognized and recognized by customers in Kerala. We are driven by the vision to bring ubiquitous connectivity and mobility to customers in rural and urban areas. The additional network deployment and the update of new technologies will massively improve our network capacity to meet the growing data demands of customers. ”