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Is 3g network still available in India?
Bharti Airtel will shut down its 3G network across India's 22 telecom circles by March 2020, and increase its focus on providing 4G services, a top company official said.
The company started the process when it wound down the 3G network in the Kolkata circle. It, however, continues to provide 2G services for feature phone users.
"This has worked very well in Kolkata. Now we will do this process across India. By September, we will shut down six to seven circles and by March, the entire 3G network pan-India will shut down," Bharti Airtel chief executive Gopal Vittal said.
This marks the first phase-out of the 3G technology in India, which is now increasingly moving to 4G, triggered by the entry of 4G-only Reliance Jio in September 2016. Rival Vodafone Idea continues to provide 2G, 3G and 4G services.
Is Airtel shutting down 3g?
Bharti Airtel has shut down its 3G networks across 11 circles and plans to re-farm the existing spectrum to boost its 4G networks by March this year, as it aims to on-board more high-speed internet subscribers in the competitive telecom battleground, a top company official said.
This comes after the company in August announced that it aims to shut down its 3G network across India's 22 telecom circles by March 2020, and increase its focus on providing better services to high-paying users.
Bharti Airtel had started the process in July by shutting its 3G network in Kolkata, followed by Haryana and Punjab circles.
The telecom major continues to provide 2G services for feature phone users.
Does Vodafone support 3g?
Millions of Vodafone Idea customers can look forward to big improvements in 4G coverage quality once the company wraps up refarming bulk of their respective 2G and 3G airwaves for 4G services.
Former Vodafone Idea CEO Balesh Sharma too said that the company had refarmed airwaves in the 900 Mhz and 2100 Mhz bands for 4G services in seven markets, and expected to conclude its dual-network integration by June 2020, of which, spectrum refarming is likely to be a key element.