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Reliance Communications launches India-wide GSM network January 5, 2009

Posted by aikservices in CDMA, Edge, GSM, India, Mobile, Reliance Communications, Telecom, Wireless.
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Indian mobile operator Reliance Communications (RCom) is launching a nationwide enhanced GSM network that will cover over 1 billion people, the widest one-time launch. Reliance’s new network is expected to be activated within 5 days and offer seamless coverage on major railway routes, national and state highways through dedicated mobile towers. At the same time the network is connected to Reliance owned fibre network for unlimited capacity, both in India and overseas and EDGE-enabled. RCom will offer stutter-free video capability including 16 TV channels, sports updates as well as access to video sharing websites like Youtube plus access to R-World mobile content offering entertainment, music, news, cricket, bollywood, maps and search and set-up and access to e-mail and social networking. RCom claims to be the first Indian mobile operator that will have a nation-wide CDMA network as well as a nation-wide GSM network.

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1. Deepak tiwari - April 22, 2009

Reliance, a reputed company has taken a very good step. It would be popularized not only in high volume but in rural areas because of its low cost. I think it is needed a quite research over INDIA for the rapid success


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