President and CEO Suneet Singh Tuli told that Datawind which already has a 4G tablet in the market at Rs. 5999 will soon launch additional 4G products at low prices.
“We are definitely looking to push the price point of 4G devices to as low as Rs 2,000 to Rs 3000. For DataWind it is important to provide good user experience at low prices,” he said
In tablet category latest one offering Rs.5999 with 7 inch 4G marvel tablet beats other 4G tablets by 20 percent margin, Tuli claimed.
Data pricing and lack of affordable 4G handsets still pose serious hurdles.
“With a goal to connect and empower the forgotten billions, we are dedicated to drive 4G implementation in India,” said Tuli.
Atpresent only 3 percent Indians have 4G enabled handset.
Tuli said “In the near future we will see 2G, 3G and 4G offering diverse corridor with separated client encounter. This is the reason the approach of 4G is important– it will free up range in 3G as individuals move to the more up to date innovation. The chain reaction of this will be 2G becoming cheapest for the first-time Internet users.”