Andhrites get ready to enjoy the affordable high-speed internet. The Indian telecom operator Telenor is going with a full-fledged rollout of its innovative 4G LTE technology in Andhra Pradesh telecom circle.

The company has now launched its speediest 4G LTE service in Vijayawada, Tenali, Bhimavaram and Eluru cities.

Telenor has earlier launched its 4G LTE network in one of the biggest cities of Andhra Pradesh telecom circle – Visakhapatnam. Other places where Telenor 4G is available include Varanasi – Uttar Pradesh (east) telecom circle, Agra – UP (west) telecom circle, Ranchi – Bihar & Jharkhand telecom circle, Anand – Gujarat telecom circle and Amravati – Maharashtra telecom circle.

Telenor 4G rolls out in four new cities of Andhra Pradesh Telecom circle

Telenor 4G offers a range of super affordable 4G data packs and bundled 4G data plans with price starting as low as Rs 11. The Rs 11 4G data pack offers 100MB of 4G data benefits with a validity of one day. The Rs 85 4G data pack comes with 500 MB of 4G data benefits with a validity of 21 days.

Customers looking for more heavy data benefits can choose the Rs 249 4G data pack, which comes with 2 GB of high-speed 4G LTE data benefits with a validity of 28 days, which also comes with added voice benefits of 25 paise per minute on all local and STD voice calls.

Telenor 4G data packs (Andhra Pradesh)

MRPValidity (days)Key Benefits
Rs 111100 MB Free 4G Data & 4p/20KB
Rs 8521500 MB 4G data & 4P/20KB
Rs 9728300 MB 4G data & 4P/20KB & Free Local Telenor to Telenor calls
Rs 149281 GB Free 4G Data & 4p/20KB + All Local & STD calls at 25p/m
Rs 249282 GB Free 4G Data & 4p/20KB + all local & STD calls at 25p/m

To activate a 4G data pack, customers can dial 1925 from their mobile and select option 1 or simply type ‘START’ and SMS it to 1925. Make sure you swap your old SIM for a 4G enabled USIM by visiting any of Telenor Store near you.

Telenor is offering 4G in the narrow-band LTE network under its 1800 MHz spectrum, which generally offers lower downloading speeds (yet, you can get around 6 Mbps to 10 Mbps) compared to other telcos who use 5 MHz spectrum for their 4G.

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