As you may know, Vi is the brand originated by combining Vodafone and Idea. As a result of this, we also have the world’s largest network integration, and the telco is calling it GIGAnet. It’s India’s strongest 4G network that enables its customers to stay connected all the time and in real-time. Also, the telco has already set up a world-class network with the largest spectrum portfolio, huge capacity, and built on many principles of 5G architecture, which in turn delivers superior network experience.

The Vodafone Idea network integration is first-of-its-kind spectrum reframing exercise in the world and this resulted in GIGAnet. With the deployment of India’s largest AI-powered maMIMOs sites, GIGAnet has India’s largest deployment of the universal cloud.

Vi launches GIGAnet network

GIGAnet has India’s largest deployment of universal cloud, making it the strongest, future-ready, new-age, dynamic network of these times, to accommodate the enormous amount of data traffic that the post COVID world has seen,” said the telco in a press statement.

“GIGAnet is Vi’s effort to move beyond connectivity to be the platform for a digital society. It offers faster downloads & uploads, low latency and real-time connectivity. We have deployed technology whereby parts of the NW have the ability to self-optimize to meet demand where necessary. It delivers strong, consistent and uninterrupted performance and is the answer to the hyper-connectivity needs of today’s smartphone users as well as large corporates, SMEs and Government Bodies. With more capacity and more coverage than ever before, GIGAnet will enable you to do a lot more, much faster and get ahead in life,” commented Vishant Vora, Chief Technology Officer, Vodafone Idea Limited.

GIGAnet offers a stronger, better and faster network for Vi customers. The telco has successfully deployed new-age technologies and these network investments have delivered a significant capacity uplift and enabled VIL to offer fastest 4G speeds in many markets including metros as per Ookla.

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