Fast and Furious!!!!!

Airtel 4G is here, did you try it?

Holaaaa!!!!! After a hiatus of 2 months (shy of a few days, so to say), I am back and with a post for the really fast and furious connectivity that Airtel is promising to provide – Airtel 4G.

Whoa! 4G, did I say? The technology has moved and how!!! I still remember my mom calling my grandmother on our BSNL land-line, and that too not everyday. Am I so old that I remember that????? 😛

With the advent of mobiles, followed by smartphones; struggling to hear through faulty connections, especially during monsoons, has become a thing of distant past. Think about it, the evolution that technology has gone through, especially in terms of network connectivity.

Forget about phones, let’s talk about internet. There was a time when dial-up internet was “good”. Can you even remember that? It is so difficult to imagine lives without internet – there is a plethora of information available on internet, and one almost feels crippled if unable to access internet for more than a few minutes. From social media to job-hunting, from books to clothes, from cars to smartphones, from education to information – there is absolutely nothing that isn’t available on internet, fondly called as “Net”. These days kids have access to “Net” since their birth, but I remember my first tryst with unlimited speed and downloading in college – I downloaded movies and English TV series and binge-watched them, even during exams. The World Wide Web has been the most important invention of our times, and it has brought us closer, globally, in more ways than one. You can use it to see far fetched places, to know more about different cultures and societies, to read about economic-political conditions of distant countries, and to read expert opinions on the same. The only hindrance, if I might say so, was the restriction of WWW to laptops. But smartphones have literally brought the world to our fingertips, so you can now eat that delicious slice of pizza and post your selfie with it right away at Instagram, and at the same time look up for recipe of Tiramisu and check-in at Facebook from this gorgeous cafe you just bumped into, without much ado.

If there were any hiccups using 3G, then you will be glad to know that Airtel 4G is here, and it is awesomely fast and furious!!! I have been a loyal Airtel Broadband/Wi-Fi customer for almost 2 years now, and what is amazing about them is their absolutely prompt customer service. I have ran into issues, but Airtel has always been ready to solve them as soon as possible, and this is why it is one of the most preferred networks of the country. While I haven’t had a chance to try it, since my Lumia 720 doesn’t support 4G, I urge those of you who can to give it a try and enjoy seamless network. Here are some of its fun facts:

  • Airtel is the first telecom operator to roll out 4G services nationwide across 296 cities
  • 4G available at 3G prices
  • Free home deliverey of 4G SIM

Find out more at http://www.airtel.in/4g/ , and download that movie on the go, just like the girl in the advertisement 😀

If you are skeptical about this, why not take the #Airtel4G challenge ? Airtel will pay your mobile bills for a lifetime, if you find a faster network than theirs! I have couple of office colleagues that are using Airtel 4G, and they say it is worth their money 😉

What are you waiting for? Did you try Airtel 4G? What do you think of their advertising campaign? Share your thoughts below!!!!!

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2 thoughts on “Fast and Furious!!!!!”

  1. We r still far behind. 4G is being used and available in a lot of countries already. I was using it 1.5 years back while posted in HK. 😀

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