Airtel extends its 5G Plus services to 23 districts of West Bengal

The telco claims it has over 1.6 million unique 5G customers in West Bengal. Airtel customers can enjoy unlimited high-speed 5G data at no additional cost on select plans.

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Telecom service provider Bharti Airtel has announced that its 5G service is now available in all 23 districts of West Bengal. Furthermore, the company said it has over 1.6 million unique 5G customers in West Bengal. As per Airtel, it has extensively rolled out its network making its services available across all districts in West Bengal.

“From the tranquil tea gardens of Darjeeling, the hills of Kalimpong, to the colonial town of Chandannagar, Airtel continues to rapidly accelerate its 5G rollout. Furthermore, it has also brought the famous Eden Gardens, the oldest and second-largest cricket stadium in India, and the terracotta hub of Bishnupur onto the digital superhighway,” the company said.

“We were the first telco to deploy high-speed 5G technology in the state, and today we are delighted to be playing an important role in connecting lives of our customers. We thank all our 1.6 million customers for embracing Airtel 5G Plus network. We continue to set the industry pace with unparalleled growth in 5G customers, prioritizing cutting-edge 5G technology and customer satisfaction. Our 5G landscape has the state’s widest, quickest, and most dependable network, encompassing all 23 districts,” said Ayan Sarkar, CEO of Bharti Airtel, West Bengal.

Airtel claims its 5G Plus services are now available across all districts and union territories in the country. The company is offering unlimited high-speed 5G data to its customers at no additional cost on select prepaid and postpaid plans.

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