With this launch, Aircel has become the second telecom operator after Airtel to provide services under all the three existing technologies of 2G, 3G and 4G LTE.

“Our existing technological leadership position further lends to providing a promising and reliable 4G LTE service to our customers. The wireless broadband services offered will help customers transform their workplaces and homes into ‘smarter’ entities,” chief marketing officer of Aircel Anupam Vasudev said.

Aircel had 71.15 million subscribers at the end of April, as per data released by industry body Cellular Operators Association of India.

It holds 20MHz of spectrum in the 4G LTE 2300 MHz band across eight circles - Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha, Assam and North East and Jammu and Kashmir.