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RCom launches CDMA tablet in India

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Reliance Communications (RCom) has unveiled its 'Reliance CDMA Tab,' an Android tablet running on CDMA network.

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With this the operator has emerged as the first telecom operator in the country offering tablets on both 3G and CDMA networks. The CDMA device comes with a 7-inch capacitive touch screen, with Android 2.3 OS. Incorporating 512 MB of RAM and weighing just 397g, it also offers a 2 MP rear camera, and a VGA front camera.

The CDMA tablet comes after the company's launch of its 3G tablet last year. On the connectivity front, it is supported by Reliance' CDMA network across 22 circles in over 1000 towns in the country.

Priced at Rs 12,999, it is bundled with monthly and annual data plans by the operator. RComm is also offering a 1 year free subscription on McAfee Mobile Security, 2 months free subscription on BigFlix+, and Rs 250 worth of calling on Reliance Global Call, all together valued at Rs 2,100.

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For business users, the tab comes with push email capability, and has support for Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and PDF formats. Other features of the tablet include mobile TV, voice calling, GPS, and video recording.

The company will be providing a 24*7 customer care for all technical assistance, and is providing postpaid plans offering discounts of up-to 40 percent on the regular rates. All the plans will come with default voice tariff plan of 50p per min for all intra and inter circle calls, and 50p for local and national SMS.

''With the rapid increase in data consumption in India and with Reliance' superior HSD Network in over 1000 towns, the launch of the Reliance CDMA Tab is another step to carry forward our mission of wirefree India,'' said Sanjay Behl, group head, brand and marketing, Reliance Communications.

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