Contact for Airtel 3G – Find below customer care details of Airtel 3G across the country. You can contact the same for new connections, reporting problems or for additional services.
To activate 3G service, Airtel mobile subscribers need to send SMS 3G to 121. All data access will be charged at 30p / 20kb (approx Rs. 15/Mb). There are two kinds of 3G phones available – HSPA and WCDMA enabled. Airtel recommends using HSPA handsets for higher speeds and the best experience of 3G.
3G is sure a better way of working faster. With an Airtel 3G connection you can browse, check your mail at high speed, watch and download videos, upload heavy files, do video calling, pay your bills and stock transactions, video conferencing, know real time location of your friends & family, online gaming, simultaneous voice and data sessions and always stay connected.
Mobile TV – You can now watch TV on mobile. Choose from around 100 channels across genres like sports, entertainment, regional, news, fashion, etc. For the list of channels click here.
To subscribe SMS TV to 54321. You will be given a link after which you have to download the 3G mobile TV application on your phone. To unsubscribe SMS stop to 121. To check if your handset is compatible click on the below links.
Video Calling – Airtel 3G also gives you the benefit of video calling through which you can see your loved ones during telephonic conversions.
Airtel 3G Plans
For a list of Airtel 3G plans in your city click here Airtel 3G tariffs
3G USB Modems
There are currently two types of Airtel 3G USB Modems – Airtel 3G USB modem 7.2 Mbps – E1731 and Airtel 3G USB modem 3.6 Mbps – E153.
About Airtel 3G
Airtel is the third private operator after Tata Teleservices and Reliance Communications to launch 3G services in India. Airtel has given contracts to leading global vendors — Ericsson India, Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) and Huawei Technologies to set up infrastructure for providing 3G services in the country. With one month of its launch across seven cities, including Chennai and Bangalore, more than half-a-million Airtel mobile subscribers have started using 3G services. 3G will allow customers to enjoy exciting service offerings including mobile TV, video calls, high-speed internet and video capabilities on social networks. Airtel was founded by Sunil Bharti Mittal in the year 1995. It is a leading telecommunications company with operations in 19 countries across Asia and Africa. For more details on Airtel products click here.