Airtel CEO Gopal Vittal urges customers to support ‘Project Leap’

By January 1st, 2016 AT 7:38 PM

Bharti Airtel’s chief executive (India and South Asia) Gopal Vittal has urged customers to help the company in locating new sites to set up towers, and improve network experience in localities.

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Gopal Vittal Managing Director and CEO (India and South Asia) Bharti Airtel Limited.

“We would love your involvement in co-creating India’s most future-ready network,” Vittal said in email, sent out to Airtel’s consumers.

Vittal also said that Airtel is taking significant strides towards achieving this transformation goal through its biggest ever network expansion program, Project Leap, which will see a nationwide investment of Rs 60,000 crores over the next three years. Airtel recently launched a microsite to provide its customers with all the information pertaining to the network expansion.

Through this microsite, Airtel customers will be able to see sites planned in their localities, seek help on hosting sites and share site upgradation plans for every site. Further, thee microsite allows customers to see the network coverage for voice, basic data services (2G) and high speed data services (3G/ 4G) in their regions.

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