Reliance Communications to invest USD3 Billion on GSM operations

17 Sep 2008

Reliance Communications (RCOM) has announced it will invest approximately USD3 billion on the rollout of its new GSM network, local news source Sify Broadband is reporting. RCOM is targeting a launch for its pan-Indian GSM operations in November 2008, initially planning to offer services in 250 of the larger cities in the country, with services expected to expand over the next 18 months; the operator is aiming for its GSM network to match its existing CDMA infrastructure by the end of 2009.


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