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UbiSlate budget tablets, now bundled with a year's free Internet from BSNL

Bangalore, July 21 2014: DataWind  of  the Aakash and Ubislatetablets,  has announced a partnership with UniverCell, the largest electronics retail player in Southern India, to market the Company’s UbiSlate tablets.  It will provide 12 months of free unlimited internet browsing with a Bharat Sanchar Nigam SIM with the purchase of its UbiSlate 7Cz and UbiSlate 3G7 tablet PCs.
The  UbiSlate 7 Cz ( Rs 5999) takes an internal 2G  SIM  or a 3G sim through a USB dongle. The UbiSlate 3G7  ( Rs 6999)   has a slot for a  3G SIM .
Both  models are 7 inch capacitive touch screen tablets,  with 1GB RAM and 3 GB of storage,  with  microSD and Micro USB slots.
Said Suneet Singh Tuli, CEO DataWind: “We are delighted to find great strength in UniverCell as our retail partners and we view this association as a first significant step towards making our products available across the country.  This relationship significantly expands our distribution by adding a significant player from the retail channel to support our tablet sales. Association with BSNL for bundled internet service to our customers is a major breakthrough.  We’re happy to see that our partner in connectivity – BSNL, shares our aspiration of ubiquitous connectivity for all. With affordable technology and free internet, we are now one step closer in our quest of bridging the digital divide.”
Added Sathish Babu, Founder of UniverCell Telecommunications: “UniverCell is happy to partner with DataWind in making India, especially children, smarter. Backed by our expansive store network and value added services like easy payment options meant for the middle class, techspert service – where we provide post purchase set up support to the customer, we are confident of breaking all records and reaching new milestones Said R. K. Mishra, Chief General Manager, BSNL, Karnataka Circle:“We’re mandated with bringing the internet to the far reaches of this country.  DataWind’s technology and UniverCell’s retail reach will help bring internet penetration to the next stage. We are pleased to partner with Datawind who have created the category of ‘low cost tablets’ in India. In fact it would be our endeavor to provide internet services uninterrupted to all the users.”  




    


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UbiSlate budget tablets, now bundled with a year's free Internet from BSNL
by Devidas Vyavhare on July  28,  2014
  "Sir, I am interested to purchase 3g datawind model Rs.6990/for my son study 3rd year Bsc.But I want to know this tab multi language support and 1year free internet facility in nashik mah. circle. please clarify my mob. No.9860482280"
     
UbiSlate budget tablets, now bundled with a year's free Internet from BSNL
by crorkz matz on   04,  2014
  "bJY1mR Really enjoyed this article.Much thanks again. Really Great."
     
UbiSlate budget tablets, now bundled with a year's free Internet from BSNL
by crorkz matz on   04,  2014
  "bJY1mR Really enjoyed this article.Much thanks again. Really Great."
     
UbiSlate budget tablets, now bundled with a year's free Internet from BSNL
by crorkz on   05,  2014
  "mfO5Sp Great, thanks for sharing this article post.Much thanks again. Great."
     
UbiSlate budget tablets, now bundled with a year's free Internet from BSNL
by crorkz on   05,  2014
  "mfO5Sp Great, thanks for sharing this article post.Much thanks again. Great."
     
UbiSlate budget tablets, now bundled with a year's free Internet from BSNL
by Ruza on October  22,  2015
  "WishTel’s Ira and Ira Thing: WishTel, a company that alsomt won the bid for manufacturing the Aakash tablets against DataWind, have launched their own low cost Android 2.2.2 based tablets costing Rs. 4000-5500. They come with a 7 inch resistive touchscreen and 800 MHz processor, with the standard PDF and document viewer along with 3G and SIM card support, WIFI, 720p HD video playback. The Ira thing comes with similar specs except for a 512 MB RAM and price tag of Rs 5500 as opposed to the Ira’s Rs. 4000 with 256 MB RAM."