Aircel Partners With D-Link To Offer Free 3G Data With Select Data Cards and Routers

Today Aircel has announced its partnership with D-Link, a popular for its wireless networking services which offers 3G data benefits to its customers across India.

Aircel-D-Link Partnership To Offer Free 3G Data With Select Data Cards

The collaboration between the two would let the customers enjoy 1 GB of free 3G data per month for a period of 3 months. However the data will only be available to the customers who activates Aircel 3G SIM on D-Link data card and DWM-156 and routers such as DWR-512 and DWR-730.

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Moreover, the customers also need to make a recharge of Rs. 100 per month post activation to avail the benefits.

Regarding the new partnership, 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. 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."

Regarding the same collaboration, Anoop Jarial, VP, Product Marketing, D-Link (India) Limited, said, "Technology has seen a surge in consumer demand for higher speed & better connectivity over the years. 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"

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.

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