The company has already launched its service in Coimbatore on March 15 under the brand name Videocon Mobile Services.
Circle A registered 3.7 million new subscribers, circle C saw 2.8 million additions and the metros registered the least number of additional subscribers at 1.1 million.
The company plans to introduce TD-LTE technology in the Indian market, with the help of local network operators.
The GSM operator will roll out its services in Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan by July. Aircel has also launched 3G handsets geared for social networking.
Tata Photon plus is already present in Mumbai, Nagpur, Nashik, Kolhapur and Goa.
The GSM company has set up a network of assistance booths at the Maha Kumbh site that will provide free emergency calls and maps of the area.
The Rollover Plan allows enterprise customers to pay on a monthly basis and carry forward their unused free talk time and SMS for a period of three months.
The company's pan-India GSM service rollout is expected to be completed this year.
This is the largest deployment of BlackBerry smartphones for a police department in India. The officers are not only equipped with a BlackBerry device but also a Bluetooth supported printer.
Loop Mobile vans to travel across city providing customer services and support as Loop Mobile outlets would.
Tata Teleservices has announced that it will guarantee compensation for Tata Indicom customers if the pre-determined service levels are not met.
Research firm says that South Asian countries are characterized by low mobile penetration despite several operators.
BSNL gears up to launch fixed mobile convergence services to save spectrum and facilitate better voice quality.
The offer allows free Reliance-to-Reliance calls during weekends.
The state-owned telco plans to launch urban WiMax in Kerala and Punjab by March this year and expand its rural WiMax presence.