Tata Photon Max Wi-Fi Gets Upgraded Download Speed of up to 9.8Mbps

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Tata Photon Max Wi-Fi Gets Upgraded Download Speed of up to 9.8Mbps
Tata Docomo, on Thursday announced an upgrade to the mobile Internet speed of its Photon Max Wi-Fi data cards in three cities - Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai - now offering up to 9.8Mbps download. The company also confirmed that it will be extending the upgraded data speed to eight other metro cities.

TataDocomo, the telecom brand of Tata Teleservices Limited (TTL) noted that it upgraded its network with the Rev. B Phase II technology providing data speeds of up to 9.8Mbps on the Photon Max Wi-Fi data cards, up from the 6.2Mbps presently available for the customers.

The company also announced that the existing customers will automatically be able to access the upgraded higher data speeds with their owned Photon Max Wi-Fi devices.

Notably, the Photon Max Wi-Fi data card allows a user to create personal Wi-Fi zones and can connect up to five devices simultaneously. It was launched in November last year.

The company also revealed that customers using the Photon Max Wi-Fi data card while roaming will incur no charges on the use. Both postpaid and prepaid customers are likely to receive benefit from this rollout irrespective of their billing plans, noted the company.

Commenting on the announcement, Gurinder Singh Sandhu, Head Marketing, Mobility Tata Teleservices, said "With the demand for high speed data connectivity rapidly rising, this network augmentation will further enable our customers to enjoy high speed data connectivity and enjoy seamless rich multimedia. With this development, Tata Docomo will become one of the leading players to offer Rev. B Phase II network in India. Photon Max Wi-Fi is already redefining the way customers access Internet data across multiple devices at home and offices and this will further enhance their data experience."

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