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Reliance Telecom To Spread Wings In N-e

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http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/758939.cms

UDIT PRASANNA MUKHERJI

GUWAHATI: Cellular service in the North-East is set to take a big leap. Reliance Telecom Ltd, the oldest cellular service provider in the region, is planning to expand its service beyond Guwahati and Shillong, the two cities it is currently operating.

An official informed that RTL would use the optical fibre network of Power Grid Corporation, Railway Telecommunication and Oil India for expanding the service.

“We have already struck a deal with Power Grid. Discussions are on with Oil India and the Railways for this purpose. The optical fibre backbone is already there in some major towns of the region. We want to use that,” the official said.

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GUWAHATI: Cellular service in the North-East is set to take a big leap. Reliance Telecom Ltd, the oldest cellular service provider in the region, is planning to expand its service beyond Guwahati and Shillong, the two cities it is currently operating.

An official informed that RTL would use the optical fibre network of Power Grid Corporation, Railway Telecommunication and Oil India for expanding the service.

why do they nee other ppl fibre optic lines . dont thay have penchant for digging up every nook and corner of the cities.

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maybe because of the difficult hilly terrain and also to save the time reqd in laying the fibres...so why not use the ones already available

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Yeh, it makes much more sense to use the existing infrastructure of Fibre Optic Cables and that too in a region like NE.

Anyways, this is abt Reliance Telecom ... This is not Reliance Infocomm!

So strategies might be a bit different!

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Anyways, this is abt Reliance Telecom ... This is not Reliance Infocomm!

Whats the difference? One supports the other ERP automation of the other... right?

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