Sunday 29 September 2013

Tata Docomo Photon Max arrives in Mumbai for Rs 1699

Tata DoCoMo has introduced the new Photo Max dongle to deliver 6.2 Mbps speed at Rs 1699.

Tata Docomo has announced a new high-speed mobile broadband delivering dongle, Photon Max. This new Photon Max is available for the CDMA prepay and postpay subscribers in Mumbai. Tata Docomo Photon Max claims to offer high speed mobile internet up to speed of 6.2 Mbps at a competitive price of Rs 1699.

The new Tata Photon Max promises faster, reliable connectivity and is powered by Qualcomm Gobi chipset with dual processor technology. Tata Photon Max promises to offer a rich multimedia experience while on the move over 6.2 Mbps. The Qualcomm Gobi chipset brings a unique capability of sending and receiving signals from two different carriers simultaneously to deliver superior modem speeds.

Announcing this launch, Aditya Gupta, mobility business unit head - Mumbai, Rest of Maharashtra & Goa, Tata Docomo, said, “The launch of Tata Docomo Photon Max in Mumbai is an important step in providing customers with better speeds for mobile broadband access, enabling them to experience super-fast speeds on their laptops, PCs and other devices. Today’s increasing demand for powerful and faster networks continues to inspire us to continually upgrade our network and service offerings and maintain our technological strength. This launch will further redefine the way customers experience fast internet, as it underlines the technological superiority of mobile broadband technology, which has become a rage amongst Internet-users everywhere.”

The Tata Docomo Photon Max service enables customers stay connected anytime, anywhere while it offers super-fast and consistent speeds for all internet needs, right from e-mailing, social networking, sharing of photographs, downloading and uploading heavy files, music downloads, video streaming, watching live TV on-the-go and much more. Tata Docomo Photon Max has a simply plug-n-play integration to quickly get started for enjoying hi-speed mobile broadband.

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