Airtel expands 4G footprint deeper into rural pockets of Ladakh
Airtel expands 4G footprint deeper into rural pockets of Ladakh – Within the twin districts of Leh and Kargil, a dozen remote villages within the Union Territory of Ladakh got their first 4G experience on Tuesday over Bharti Airtel’s ultra-fast network, a corporation spokesperson said. Airtel was the primary operator to launch the 4G services in Ladakh and has the widest 4G footprint within the region, the spokesperson said.
To bring high-speed mobile broadband to those villages Airtel is that the first operator including Ghumri, Barchey, Sanjak, Sankoo, Lankarche, Garkone in Kargil, and Lehdo, Tia, Achinathang, and Skurbuchan in Leh,” he said.
He said the company’s network teams have worked relentlessly to beat harsh terrain and difficult weather to require mobile broadband to even remote geographies.
This approach to creating a digitally connected Ladakh is another milestone in our journey and take 4G to the walk being committed to the government’s Digital India vision and can still invest and reinforce our 4G infrastructure in Ladakh to bring best-in-class services to customers,” Manu Sood, Hub CEO – Upper North, Bharti Airtel, said.
As in rural hamlets of Ladakh Airtel is rapidly expanding its 4G footprint and connecting the region to the digital superhighway providing the best 4G services still with a boost to digital high-speed internet browsing, services like HD quality video streaming, superfast downloads and uploads, the spokesperson said. He said the rollouts are a part of Project Leap – Airtel’s nationwide network initiative.
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