RCOM launches GSM network in New Delhi (India)

February 3, 2009 at 16:45 Leave a comment

India’s Economic Times is reporting that Reliance Communications (RCOM) has launched GSM-based mobile services in the capital Delhi, following a string of GSM rollouts across the country. The operator has installed approximately 950 new cellular towers in the region for the launch, and is expected to share the existing infrastructure of its CDMA-based operations in the circle; it has around 850 existing towers in Delhi. Initially only pre-paid GSM services are available, although RCOM has indicated that post-paid options will be offered in approximately three weeks.

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