Tata Launches Photon Max data card that offers 6.2 mbps speed


One of the biggest advantage of Data cards is its portability – however, unreliability of speeds has been a issue which plagues these data-cards as it mostly depends on the strength of the Wireless signals. Even then, most mobile executives prefer using these data cards.

Till date – Data cards came upto speeds of around 3mbps (Non 3G ones, CDMA based) – however, according to latest press release sent to us – Tata has launches fastest CDMA based data cards that offer speeds upto 6.2 mbps.


A Next-Gen product, Tata Photon Max marks the entry of the CDMA 1000 Rev.B solution into India. The Rev. B solution will enable Tata to improve capacities, throughput and latency on its existing network, translating into consistent fast speeds for all Internet needs of its consumers, right from – emailing, social networking, sharing of photographs, downloading and uploading heavy files, music downloads, video streaming and watching live TV on-the-go.

With this launch, Tata Teleservices Limited’s Rev.B network will be the fastest CDMA network in the country, providing users with speeds of up to 6.2 Mbps. The launch of Tata Photon Max is an important step in providing customers with better speeds for mobile broadband access, thereby enabling them to experience super-fast speeds on their laptops, PCs and other devices. 

The Tata Photon product portfolio has maintained its leadership position in the market with exciting customer propositions, customer-friendly tariff options and an exclusive customer care wing for data services. A dedicated data carrier will ensure that Tata Photon Max customers have an unparalleled user experience. It will also enhance TTL’s carrying capacity to deal with the explosion of data services, as also provide a stable and reliable high-speed mobile broadband experiences, for our subscribers.

[Disclaimer:Tata Indicom is an advertiser with trak.in / thegadgetfan. * This is a Press Release ]

  1. Rahul Yadav says

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