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Vi To Shut Down 3G Services In Delhi

Key Points:
  • The Telecom operator is going to shut down the 3G services in Delhi.
  • January 15 is the deadline.
  • The company will offer 2G services.

Vi (Vodafone Idea) is gearing up to make a big change in the capital region as the company confirmeod to shut down 3G services in Delhi. Well, that means the existing users are required to upgrade their SIM cards to 4G.

The very popular Telecom operator has confirmed to shut down the 3G services and it is the part of the re-framing spectrum and users are required to upgrade their existing 3G SIM cards to the 4G. The company is also started to inform the information to the users via SMS.

Vi has already done this process in Bengaluru as well as Mumbai circles. It is worth to mention that the company will continue to provide 2G services in Delhi as well.

So if you are the user of Vi then don’t waste any time and upgrade your existing sim card to the 4G and the last date to do so is January 15. You guys can able to do it by visiting the nearest store of the company or any other store which provides SIM cards or you can also do the same from the official website and also get more details about the same.

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Written by Akhil

Love to play with latest technology and gadgets and always been curious and mystic about the tech world. Always wanting to update with anything that is useful and beneficial to people in general. Manages multiple blogs and portals...

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