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Awareness drive on 3G wireless applications

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It was organised on World Telecommunication Day

On a mission:An awareness campaign being conducted jointly by The Hindu and Idea 3G near Diamond Park in Visakhapatnam on Tuesday.
On a mission:An awareness campaign being conducted jointly by The Hindu and Idea 3G near Diamond Park in Visakhapatnam on Tuesday.

An awareness drive on 3G wireless applications was conducted by Idea 3G in association withThe Hindu on Tuesday on the occasion of ‘World Telecommunication Day'.

Idea 3G, at its five designated experience zones in the city at Dwarakanagar, Dabagardens, MVP double road, Gajuwaka BC road, and at Seethammadhara opposite Rythu Bazaar, organised demonstrations by its experts and provided information free of cost for the benefit of customers.

A campaign was organised at Dwarakanagar in which Idea 3G brochures along with theThe Hindu were distributed to general public. Zonal Head of Idea Cellular Limited Arun Jayath and ASM Shankar were present during the awareness drive. The customers may call 9848104139, 9848005346, 8096008300, 9848005625 or 8096013681 for free demonstration at their door step.

World Telecommunication Day celebrations were aimed at creating awareness of the possibilities that the use of the Internet and other information and communication technologies could bring to societies and economies, as well as of ways to bridge the digital divide.

Theme

This year, World Telecommunication and Information Society Day highlighted the theme ‘Better life in rural communities with information and communication technologies'.

3G mobile communications systems allow customers to use a wide range of services at faster speeds.


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