RCOM launches Reliance 3G services in JK
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Jan 24: Reliance Communication (RCOM), India’s leading telecom service provider, today announced the launch of Reliance 3G Services in J&K. The service was launched by Ataul Haque, Circle Head, Wireless Business (J&K).
Speaking on the occasion, Haque said that Reliance Communications (RCOM) is India’s single largest dual technology telecom operator and first to launch service in the state.
He said that 3G services will offer features such as video-calling, mobile TV, video streaming and applications access at super-fast speeds on a wide variety of both mobile phone and personal computing devices.
“The launch of service is an integral part of our vision 2015 of creating a wire-free J&K, built upon the affordable 3G for all platform, personalization of services, simplification of tariffs and a content rich portfolio on the best in class service,” Haque said.
“It has customized many attractive plans especially for the people of J&K to bring people living here closer to other parts of India,” he said, adding that the Reliance Communication is going to provide employment to the youth of J&K. “Hundreds of youth are already working with them and with the establishment of additional infrastructure more youth would get employment,” he said.
“The company has done a deal with Universal Music for content, Nokia and Ericsson for applications and Motricity for web portal. The existing subscribers will be automatically upgraded to 3G services if they have a 3G-enabled smart phone,” he said.
Haque disclosed that RCOM will be launching its services across 13 telecom circles, where it holds 3G licenses by the end of 2010-11 fiscal. “The company is targeting a national foot print of Reliance 3G services through associations with other companies.
He said that quality 3G licenses in the balance 8 telecom circles would be started during the course of next year.
Haque said that Reliance 3G network has been designed to offer blanket coverage in every town being connected on 3G with all its sites connected through IP backhaul to provide maximum download speeds and minimum latency. The world class Reliance 3G network is capable of offering peak speeds up to 28 Mbps.
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