Huawei Airtel Wi-Fi connectivity joint offer for EasyCabs in Delhi NCR
Thanks to the new alliance between Huawei and Airtel, EasyCabs in and around the Delhi NCR region will have total Wi-Fi internet connectivity. Passengers on these cabs can avail of high speed Airtel 3G facilities at no extra cost and is on offer on 100 EasyCabs in the area from 28th June 2013 to 27th September 2013.
Huawei has also partnered with online channels such as Flipcart, Honeshop18 and Snapdeal where their E355 data card is available across the country while the Huawei dongle is also on offer at select Airtel retail stores. can avail this offer in 100 EasyCabs. The offer will be valid from June 28 to September 27, 2013 in Delhi NCR.
Announcing the consumer initiative, Huawei Device India President, Mr. Victor Shan said, “We are really excited to launch 3G WiFi connectivity on the go in Easy Cabs, powered by Airtel’s high speed 3G internet and enabled by Huawei E355 WiFi data card. As consumers continue to own multiple WiFi-enabled devices like smartphones, laptops, tablets and gaming devices, we hope that they can utilize their valued time and make the most out of their journey by enjoying faster emailing, surfing, gaming, movies and video clips.”
Rohit Gothi, Hub CEO, Bharti Airtel, Delhi-NCR and Rajasthan said, “With the internet emerging as an inherent part of the lives we lead today, we at Airtel are always looking for new ways of bringing our customers closer to the always-connected online experience that they enjoy. Through Huawei’s data card services available in EasyCabs across the city, we are delighted to offer our customers in Delhi NCR a seamless and high-speed data experience to stay connected to the exciting world of internet – even when on the road!”
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