Tata DOCOMO brings ‘3G Life’ to the Indian Consumers. Tata DOCOMO, the GSM arm of Tata Teleservices Limited, has become the first private operator to launch its 3G services in India. Powered with cutting-edge technology support from its partner NTT DOCOMO, INC. of Japan, the undisputed global leader in 3G services, Tata DOCOMO’s 3G services will change the way consumers use their mobile phones, riding on the back of game-changing products, applications and services.Facts of Tata Docomo 3G
- Becomes 1st private operator to launch 3G services in India, this Diwali
- 3G services will bridge Digital Divide with high-speed Internet access
- 3G services will also provide a superior voice experience to consumers
- Tata DOCOMO has partnered with NTT DOCOMO, world leaders in 3G.
- Investment of $2 billion for pan-India GSM network rollout
- NTT DOCOMO, Japan is the undisputed global leader in the 3G space
Happy 3G life
3G Life enables richer communication with friends and family, makes the device the gateway to a world of information and entertainment purely for personal consumption, assists the user with a host of location-based services and helps consumers get more out of life through a host of clever applications. The mobile device, from merely connecting consumers to their world, becomes the means to live a richer, more fulfilling life.
3G devices such as handsets, dongles and tablets, powered by Tata DOCOMO applications and services, will take the Internet world to the far corners of the country, bridging the Digital Divide and creating a strong multiplier effect for economic progress.
Superior Technology and Network
From the day of the launch itself, the reach and coverage of the TATA DOCOMO GSM network will be far greater than that of any other operator in India at the launch stage. TATA DOCOMO GSM mobile service will have extensive coverage in cities and towns, on national and state highways, at airports and along rail routes, and at places of tourist interest, etc. TATA DOCOMO looks forward to mobile number portability so that Indian consumers can move to their service provider of choice, while retaining their phone numbers.
NTT DOCOMO has already recorded a down-link transmission rate of 250 Mbps over a high-speed wireless network in an outdoor test of an experimental system for Super 3G, and is also known as LTE. This will hold TATA DOCOMO in good stead as it launches GSM services.