Reliance Communications Ltd introduced its CDMA tablet in the Kerala market on Monday. The fully loaded Android tablet was unveiled by Malayalam film star Jayaram at a function held here. With this launch, Reliance emerges as the first telecom operator in the country to offer tablets on both the 3G and CDMA networks.
Price Specs & Features of Android Tablet
Mr Rakesh Singh, Hub Head – Tamil Nadu and Kerala, Reliance Communications, said that the Reliance CDMA Tab is supported by Reliance’s CDMA network across 22 circles in over 1,000 towns in the country.
The device is priced at Rs 12,999 and is further bundled with attractive monthly and annual data plans.
Reliance Communication RCom, a telecom service provider in India have come up with a new tablet PC and its will be the first CDMA based tablet to be made available in India. The trends of post paid carrier lock smartphones and tablets is been introduced for the very first time in India.
RCom after is big jump into quick launch of Reliance 3G tablet when 3G was newly launched. But with that price tag to it and its competitor coming out with a cheaper tablet version its didn’t get much success. Much thanks to Aakash which spoiled the market completely.
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CDMA tablet has 7-inch capacitive touch screen with Android 2.3 OS, 512 MB RAM and a micro SD external storage.
Reliance Communications‘ (RCom) Android 2.3 based CDMA tablet, which is priced attractively at Rs 12,999, will be available in Rworld stores from today.
“RCom‘s CDMA tablet will be available in Rworld stores from today and the special introductory tariff plan introduced with the tablet will be only for post subscribers,” an RCom spokesperson told The Mobile Indian.
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The stylish Reliance CDMA Tab comes with a 7-inch capacitive touch screen with Android 2.3 OS.
Reliance Communications, India’s fully integrated telecommunications service provider became the first CDMA operator in India to enter the Tablet space by unveiling its ‘Reliance CDMA Tab’, a fully loaded Android tablet. With this launch, Reliance also emerges as the first telecom operator in India to offer Tablets on both the 3G and CDMA networks.
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Reliance on Monday launched the CDMA Tab, a 7-inch version of its GSM tablet that hit the market last year. The tablet has a capacitive screen and runs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).
Reliance said the tablet would be supported by the company’s CDMA network across 22 circles in over 1000 towns in the country. The device is priced at Rs 12,999.
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Reliance Communications Ltd. has announced the expansion of its Application Aware Network service to India, enabling Indian enterprises to upgrade to an intelligent network that speeds up application performance for increased business efficiency.
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Say this about Anil Ambani: he does not take adversity lying down. The embattled Indian billionaire, questioned on Wednesday by the CBI probing a huge telecoms fraud, has been on the offensive since last week, when his group blamed “baseless and motivated rumours” spread by rivals for a sharp selldown in his stocks.
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Anil Ambani-led Reliance Communications (RCom) today introduced per-second billing tariff option for its subscribers across the CDMA and GSM platform.
The call charges will be 1 paise per second, it said. RCom is the latest mobile service provider to offer the per-second tariff. Earlier, Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Essar and Aircel had announced the per-second tariff, intensifying the competition among operators.
RCom’s new plan is an extension of the ‘Simply Reliance Plan’ announced last month, offering single tariff rate across all services.
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Reliance Communications (RCom) is set to award a contract for setting up a MNP ready system for the operator. There are as many as 8 vendors in race to acquire the contract estimated to be in the range of Rs 700-Rs800 crore.
The firms in race include names such as Tekelec, HP, Intec, Huawei, ZTE, Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent and Radio Telecom.
The MNP implementation would be carried out in phases with the initial launch covering metros and ‘A’ category circles.
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