Tata Photon Walky Wireless Landline Launched at Rs 3,850: Supports Wi-Fi for 5 up to devices

    Tata Docomo, a flagship brand of Tata Teleservices, launched a Wi-Fi-capable Tata Photon Walky device this Monday. Tata's Walky is now WiFi enabled which makes it a mutipurpose device which can be used to make voice calls and can also be used to suf the internet at high speeds.

    Tata Photon Walky Launched At Rs. 3,850

    The Tata Photon Walky which until now sat as a conventional telephone at one corner of your room will now be a lot more productive. The ugly looking device will now serve as your hotspot too, providing you internet connectivity withing the proximity of the device. The Tata Photon Walky can connect upto 5 devices at one time.

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    The Tata Photon Walky is suitable for Wi-Fi-free conference rooms. Rather than requiring everyone in the room to use their own devices to get online, a single mobile hotspot can do the job more cost-effectively besides giving the benefit of making voice calls also.

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    The company has also come up with new 3G data plans alongside the telephone. The Tata Photon Walky is priced atRs. 3850 and comes with a minimum monthly plan of Rs. 399 for 3GB of 3GB data and extends upto Rs.899 for 8 GB data for post-paid users.

    "Tata Photon Walky is a unique device that will give the wireless landline users an opportunity to surf internet by creating a simultaneous Wi-Fi hotspot. With the rise in the number of smartphone and tablet users in India, there has been a shift in the way Internet is accessed by customers in addition to their otherwise voice usage. With Tata Photon Walky, we have addressed the internet needs of multiple users including Smartphone customers at home or on the move with a single, easy to use device." said Mr. Gurinder Singh Sandhu, Head of Marketing, Mobility, Tata Docomo.


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