Interesting that this review states that, “LTE is a relatively unknown term here in India, as it’s not yet widespread around here, ” as according to Telecoms.com Airtel first launch LTE almost two years ago! However, with limited coverage and limited devices it’s likely only now picking up any steam. According to Informa’s WCIS stats Bharti has just over 52,000 subscribers on LTE – that’s compared to over 11.5 million on W-CDMA. So a little way to go. Equipment reviews like this will help to get the ball rolling.

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Hi everyone!

LTE is a relatively unknown term here in India, as it’s not yet widespread around here. To make it simple, LTE is the term used for the superfast 4G networks that everyone’s talking about these days. An when it entered India, it was actually unheard of here. And who better to introduce a wireless internet platform here in India than Airtel?

2014-02-08 15.03.02The 4G USB Dongle that I’ve got

Airtel has been one of my favourite telecommunications company from a long time, and that’s why I trust their broadband, DTH, IPTV & more important, their mobile service. They’ve been in the market for a long time. And, that’s why this week’s review is dedicated to see if Airtel can establish itself as a winner in the 4G LTE market in India.

Before anything else, let’s look up the smiles and frowns of the Airtel 4G USB Dongle (from ZTE)

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