DoCoMo-Tata-3G-GSM Ushers India

Tata-Docomo world class 3G Life ...

After State owned BSNL / MTNL's third generation mobile signals (3G), Tata - Docomo would be the very first private telecom operator to launch its fast 3G - GSM data cellular services in India, which is all set to be launched this Diwali festival 2010, Nov 5th, in nine telecom circles, Viz.: Gujarat, Kerala, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh (West), Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh circles to start with,

Tata-Docomo's mobile 3G internet USB modem dongle / device, live streaming mobile TV, real time live video calling, HD gaming, mobile and PC videoconferencing, other 3G VAS services are just on their way, stay tuned ... later Tata-Docomo will introduce a complete bouquet of its 3G (Nokia-Siemens network) revolutionary services as NTT-DOCOMO has in Japan like: i-modeTM and the other location based services, mobile payment etc,

FYI:

NTT-DOCOMO Japan has been credited to introduce the pre-commercial 3G network for the very first time to this world in 2001 (on the technology called: W-CDMA-GA3Y), and NTT-DOCOMO is on the way to the mobile future technologies: 4G / post-4G / 4.5G / LTE / WI-MAX etc. now ...

Bharati Airtel, Vodafone Essar, Reliance Communication have still no date to launch their 3G, after the long speculation game of 3G spectrum broadband in India,

Tata is an Indian brand who had joined Japan's NTT-DOCOMO to become TATA-DOCOMO, they already are providing 2G cell signals and is a cool reliable brand from the House of Tata's: a renowned Indian big industrial group!

Ratan Tata (of Tata group's) motto is “Moment of triumph for the Indian consumer”, and they are rightly fulfilling this : )

2 comments:

Rakesh @ Wizard Journal said...

3G is certainly going to change the way we socialize.

Pls read mine and vote - I voted for you.

http://www.indiblogger.in/indipost.php?post=37438

Manjunath said...

You will see another 3G wars shortly between different service providers and quality of service will be at the peak just watch out for "3G wars"

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