Airtel’s ‘Dual Carrier’ tech to deliver 4G-like speeds on 3G in Bihar & Jharkhand

airtelBharti Airtel, India’s largest telecom operator on Friday deployed ‘Dual Carrier’ technology in Bihar and Jharkhand to offer 4G like data speeds on 3G. The technology combines the spectrum capacities of two 5MHz carriers in the 2100 MHz band. The telco claims to be the first mobile operator to deploy ‘Dual Carrier’ technology in Bihar and Jharkhand. The technology enhances network capacity and delivers faster data speeds with improved network coverage – indoors and outdoors. The upgrade will allow customers to enjoy extended battery life on their handsets as the technology will help in optimising the backend engagement between the network and mobile devices, Airtel said.
“It is our endeavor to constantly innovate and introduce cutting edge technologies that help to deliver a seamless network experience to our customers. The deployment of ‘Dual Carrier’ technology is in line with our focus to deliver a superior network experience to our customers, who can now enjoy a seamless 4G experience,” said Ritesh Singh, CEO – Bihar and Jharkhand, Bharti Airtel.
The deployment is part of Airtel’s Project Leap initiative under which it deploys advanced solutions for better network coverage.

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