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@jain­rounak Air­tel has been dis­ap­point­ing in Hy­der­abad. Get around 300-500

@deep­akchan Far less sat­is­fy­ing than even our neigh­bor­ing coun­try Sri Lanka.

@ankit_me Delhi/ncr cir­cle #Voda­fone, bet­ter than #Air­tel. Ban­ga­lore - BSNL is the best. Mum­bai - mixed re­ac­tion.

@san­jay­bafna Us­ing MTNL 3G in Mum­bai as well as National Roam­ing on BSNL since May 2009, no prob­lem at all, Speed 2 Mbps to 2.5 Mbps.

@Ke­taki­manikeri I use Voda­fone 3G in Mum­bai. As of now I am very sat­is­fied. In­ter­net is much faster and al­beit what ev­ery­one says it isn’t that ex­pen­sive!

@ra­jupp Ex­tremely happy with my BSNL 3G (in Ban­ga­lore) on ipad. Works great within city and switches to edge in re­motest of ar­eas.

@gau­rav2811 3G on MTNL in Delhi is cheap but the prob­lem with them is the sig­nal strength which hin­ders the per­for­mance of 3G and sucks the bat­tery.

@ ni­layshah80 My ex­pe­ri­ence with MTNL and BSNL 3G very good till date. More than 1 year and just two call to cus­tomer care. I m from Pune and used 3G in Mum­bai and Ahmed­abad too.

@Gau­tam Mah­tani I am us­ing Voda­fone 3G in Ban­ga­lore but they are us­ing Air­tel net­work to source the same. Gen­er­ally there are no is­sues but at times it just does not con­nect and fails to switch back to GPRS/EDGE au­to­mat­i­cally. Also have no­ticed at times it does not go back to 3G and re­mains on GPRS/EDGE and then have to man­u­ally go n se­lect it though it is ‘on’

@Gau­rang Bhar­tia: BSNL/MTNL : 3G works at av­er­age speed of .5-1 mbps (De­pend­ing on time of the day and sig­nal lev­els) in Delhi. About 1.5-2 Mbps in Vi­jayawada.

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