Videocon Mobile Services is reportedly all set to start next generation 4G service in India from second half this year. As per a report published in The Telegraph India, the company will make use of 1800 MHz spectrum that it won in 2012 to roll out the fourth generation mobile wireless network in the country. The company has revealed that it has purchased liberalized spectrum in the telecom circles of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh (East and West), Bihar and Jharkhand in recently concluded 2G spectrum auction that allows it to offer any service including 2G, 3G, and 4G in the country.
Arvind Bali, director and CEO of Videocon Mobile Services said:
Following a successful spectrum allocation, we seek to provide subscribers with enhanced 4G network across the newly won circles in the second half of 2013 which will enable deliverance of best services and great value-for-money products to consumers.
At present, Airtel is the only telecom company in India which is offering 4G services but only in some selected cities like Pune, Bengaluru and Kolkata. This high end network technology enables operator to gain more efficiency using the same spectrum resources. 4G is said to offer 30 times more data capacity than a traditional 2G network and lets the operator to introduce many service like HD (high definition) video blogging, HD video on demand and online gaming as download speeds are 10 times faster than 3G technology.