The GSM service provider of Tata Teleservices has launched operations in Fatehabad and Hissar, completing the roll out of its services in the Haryana circle.
The operator has announced a pay per use model in the two districts and according to a company statement, its services will now be available across 400 towns and 2,100 villages in Haryana; along 1,800 km of the state’s highways; along 400 km of rail routes; at airports and at places of tourist interest.
Rajeev Narayan, vice president, corporate affairs, TTSL, said in the official statement, “In a market that is cluttered with many operators and throws up confusing options, we offer simplicity with our game changing pay for exactly what you use proposition with per-second pricing model for everything, be it voice calls, VAS services or IVR (interactive voice response) interactions. We will also unveil a portfolio of value added services that will reinvent mobile telephony in India with products and services like diet-sms, free voicemail, timed SMS service, free missed call alerts, call-me tunes, etc.”
Tata Docomo launched its services in June 2009, and is now available in 17 circles of the country. The company has earmarked an investment of over Rs 9,000 crore for its pan-India GSM network roll out.
Tata Docomo was formed in November 2008 from an alliance between the Tata Group and Japanese telecom major NTT Docomo. TTSL has received a licence to operate GSM services in 19 telecom circles and has been allotted spectrum in 18 of these circles.
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