Vi Max 401 Postpaid Plan Launched In India


Vi, the Vodafone Idea Cellular Limited has announced the launch of new postpaid plan for its postpaid subscribers in India. The postpaid plan is priced at Rs. 401, the plan benefits customers with 50GB of high speed data along with unlimited data usage between 12 am to 6 am everyday. The Vi Max 401 offers customers with OTT benefits such as Sunnxt, ZEE5, Vi Movies and TV.

The subscribers can buy this plan by visiting the Vodafone store, existing subscribers can change the plan mentioned above by visiting Vi App, vi store or vi cusotmer care.

The customers can visit vi app for making the bill payment and recharges.

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Reliance Jio Offers Daily 3GB Per Day Data With Yearly Validity


Reliance Jio has announced the launch of 3GB per day high speed data offer with yearly validity.

It’s one of the first recharge among the competitions to offer 3GB Per day data offer with a year validiy.

The recharge coupon offers customers with daily 3GB data, unlimited calls, 100 SMS per day. The recharge coupon is valued at Rs. 3499.

The recharge offers customers with a validity of 365 days. The customers also offers with additional perks such as Jio Saawn, Jio TV, Jio Apps etc …

The customers can recharge the pack via Jio App, Jio.com and other third party websites.

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4G LTE FDD TDD Bands In India – Supported Frequencies


India have launched its first 4G pure LTE network in the year 2015 after UATs. The bands operated by LTE are Band 1, Band 3, Band 5, Band 8 and Band 40.

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Please find below LTE Band = MHz used.

  • Band1 – 2100 Mhz
  • Band3 – 1800 Mhz
  • Band5 – 850 Mhz
  • Band8 – 900 MHz
  • Band 40 – 2300Mhz

Each LTE frequencies have its own features and specialities. The best LTE network for carrier aggregation and faster download speeds are LTE Band 40, 1, 3. For better coverage and voice clarity are Band 5 and Band 8.

We would have observed that some handsets bought from foreign countries doesn’t support Indian 4G frequencies due to handset 4G band compatibility issues.

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