Anupam Vasudev, Chief Marketing Officer – Aircel, said “Aircel constantly strives to contribute to the growth of data in India by introducing affordable innovations for the customers. A recent report by IAMAI and IMRB estimates that by June 2014, India will have 243 million Internet users, at which point of time, it is expected to overtake the US as the second largest Internet base in the world. This clearly indicates that India is now experiencing a data revolution and operator- device tie-ups will play a significant role in strengthening the telecom ecosystem, which is critical to fuel this growth. We are confident that with D-Link’s superior hardware technology and Aircel’s robust network capabilities, we will be able to provide a wholesome 3G experience to our customers.”
“Technology has seen a surge in consumer demand for higher speed & better connectivity over the years. From the advent of internet in India to the current adoption of 3G technology at a fastening pace, there is now a rampant demand for reliable & portable internet facilitating devices in the country. With our association with Aircel, we aim to provide consumers with a unique online experience that is exclusively designed to meet customer demand. D-Link’s innovative & user friendly 3G devices like DWM-156 & DWR-730 are sure to offer seamless access to high-definition content, music, movie etc. anytime, anywhere” said Mr. Anoop Jarial, VP – Product Marketing, D-Link (India) Limited.
Aircel constantly evolves its network to meet the data and device upsurge in the market. Recently, Aircel has entered into strategic partnerships with device manufacturers to launch bundled offers for customers across the country. Now, by joining hands with D-Link, Aircel has taken a giant stride in the data card and dongle space and aims to increase 3G penetration in the country.