Airtel Expands Retail Presence With New Stores in Jammu, Jodhpur, and Ludhiana

Airtel added two new stores to the existing count of 12 stores in Jammu, two to the existing count of four stores in Jodhpur, and four to the existing count of 11 stores in Ludhiana.

Highlights

  • Airtel launches new retail stores in Jammu, Jodhpur, and Ludhiana.
  • Expanded footprint aims to provide comprehensive services to customers.
  • Trained staff ready to assist with mobile, broadband, and DTH queries.

Follow Us

Airtel Expands Retail Presence With New Stores in Jammu, Jodhpur, and Ludhiana
Bharti Airtel announced on Monday the launch of new retail stores in Jammu, Jodhpur, and Ludhiana. The company has opened two new stores in the city of Jammu, two in Jodhpur, and four in Ludhiana. These next-gen company-owned stores will strengthen Airtel's retail presence and showcase Airtel's technologies across its portfolio, according to Airtel. This expansion follows the recent openings of new stores in Cochin and Jabalpur, as reported by TelecomTalk.

Also Read: Bharti Airtel Expands Retail Presence in Cochin and Jabalpur




Airtel's Retail Expansion

In Jammu, these new offline retail stores are located in NH-1, Bari Brahmana (near PNB bank), and Akhnoor Main Market (near Bus stand). In Jodhpur, new stores are situated in Madhuban and Sec-17/18, and in Ludhiana, they are on Shimlapuri Road, Haibowal, Kakowal Road, and Salem Tabri Chowk, reportedly offering an unparalleled service experience to customers.

Enhanced Customer Experience

Designed around the theme of creating excellence and winning customers for life, these neighbourhood Airtel stores will display the entire range of Airtel’s offerings including Xstream, Xsafe, and 5G Plus.

Additionally, the store staff, referred to as 'Airtel Friends,' are trained to address and resolve customer queries across all of Airtel’s portfolio including mobile, broadband, and DTH, Airtel said.

Airtel added two new stores to the existing count of 12 stores in Jammu, two to the existing count of four stores in Jodhpur, and four to the existing count of 11 stores in Ludhiana.

Also Read: Airtel Bolsters Retail Presence With 10 New Stores in Vadodara

Commenting on the expansion, Bharti Airtel said, "Customer obsession continues to be the core tenet driving us at Airtel as we embark on a massive retail expansion in Jammu and Kashmir, Rajasthan, and Punjab. As a one-stop-shop for all customer needs, these neighbourhood stores will offer an exhaustive range of services including mobile, broadband, DTH, etc."

"The state of Jammu and Kashmir continues to be a big focus market for us. Hence, we will be expanding with more stores in Srinagar city, Udhampur, and Leh shortly, and we will continue to invest in this market," Airtel added.

Rajasthan and Punjab continue to be big focus markets for us, and we will continue to invest in these markets, Airtel said. The company has been ramping up its offline presence over the past couple of years and currently has 1500 stores nationally.

Reported By

Telecom Analyst

Passionately following the Indian #Telecom Industry for over a decade from Business, Consumer and a Technical perspective. My primary focus area is Consumer & Digital Experience.

Recent Comments

Faraz :

That is good enough speed as per 4G standard, and you get cheaper plan. You could dial *#0011# and show…

BSNL 4G Services to be Rolled Out Soon in Indore:…

ansarshaikh :

Tested BSNL 4G, on Band 28 coverage is best, speed also 10mbps to 40mbps with 10mHz

BSNL 4G Services to be Rolled Out Soon in Indore:…

Faraz :

Yes, But some investment is better than none. Also as said by CEO, these funds and 18k crore FPO money…

Vodafone Idea Raises Rs 5400 Crore from Anchor Investors

Faraz :

IMO, Airtel only needs to buy sub GHz ( like B8/B5 ) to have atleast 10 MHz in that. &…

Airtel Hits 3 Million 5G Users Milestone in Mumbai

Faraz :

Yes I like your detailed reply. I have noticed same in Kolkata circle. Under many metro train station, Jio 4G…

Jio Leads Wireline Subscriber Addition in February 2024: TRAI

Load More
Subscribe
Notify of
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments