India’s largest telecom services provider, said on Monday it will soon offer voice services to its 4G customers in Pune, giving subscribers in the city access to both voice and data on their 4G-enabled handsets.
The company had introduced its fourth generation or 4G services last April with operations in Bangalore, Kolkata and Pune but offered only 4G data services in these three circles. With this, Bharti Airtel will become the first telco to offer 4G data and voice services, analysts say.
Last week, India’s Telecom Commission allowed firms with broadband wireless access spectrum or 4G licenses to offer voice services.
“We have the advantage of a pan-India GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) and 3G networks. With the deployment of cutting edge CSFB (Circuit Switched FallBack) functionality, we will have the flexibility of using either or both the networks to support voice services on our TD-LTE (time division long-term evolution) standard platform,” said Jagbir Singh, chief technology officer and director of network services group at Bharti Airtel.
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