Datawind ties up with Telenor for free Internet

By GizBot Bureau

Low-cost handset maker Datawind today announced partnership with mobile operator Telenor to offer free unlimited Internet browsing for one-year.

Datawind ties up with Telenor for free Internet

The offer is available on any of its devices across six telecom circles across the country where Telenor offers commercial mobile services, Datawind said here. Apart from Telenor, Datawind is also offering the one-year free Internet scheme with Reliance Communications.

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"This is a very exciting development for Datawind. We are making the Internet more easily accessible to millions of people across the country like never before," President and CEO Datawind Suneet Singh Tuli said.

He added, "Our customers will be able to use any of our devices to browse Internet in all the six circles -- Maharashtra, Gujarat, Bihar & Jharkhand, UP (East), UP (West), Andhra Pradesh and Telangana where Telenor has its network.

Datawind ties up with Telenor for free Internet

Tuli said through this new partnership, the company had strengthened its market position as an organisation that thrives for consistently bringing down costs for connectivity, both in terms of product range and Internet access for emerging economies.

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Amaresh Kumar Chief Product Officer Telenor India said: "We are delighted to partner with Datawind. Telenor offers Sabse Sasta and value for money voice and Internet services. Products like these are step towards achieving our Internet for All ambition and empower customers with benefits of being connected."

Source PTI

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