New Delhi: NetTime, the country’s largest mobile operator, will launch 2G and 3G service plans for its customers in the coming weeks, the company said on Wednesday.
The company will offer two 2G services, a 3G tariff plan and an unlimited 3G plan, said NetTime chairman and managing director Manish Bhattacharya.
He said the new services will help in boosting the availability of 4G mobile data.
The company also plans to launch 5G service, which is an upgraded version of 4K mobile data, in the near future.
NetTime has a customer base of about 200 million customers.
“This is the biggest change in the market for 2G in India,” he said.
“It will bring an end to the fragmentation of 3G data.
We are also planning to offer 4G services through our 2G platform.”
The new plans are aimed at improving data availability for customers and help boost the speed of the service.
NetTimes is aiming to offer 1.5-megabit data for 1GB data at Rs. 3 per MB.
The 2G plan is available on select phones.
It is priced at Rs 1.99 per MB and comes with a 1 GB data cap, said the company.