Bharti Airtel Conferred With Best Global Wholesale Offering Award

Bharti Airtel Conferred With Best Global Wholesale Offering Award in Telecoms World Awards, Middle EastBharti Airtel the leading telecommunication service provider announced that it has received the “Best Global Wholesale Offering Award from Telecoms World Awards, Middle East. One of the 11 award categories, the Global Wholesale Carrier category was open to wholesale telecom providers in wire line, fixed wireless, mobile or converged markets.

The Telecom Worlds Award Middle East, awards ceremony in Dubai brought together the region’s top executives from the telecommunications industry across the region and beyond to recognize and celebrate the companies and individuals who have demonstrated an unparalleled ability to succeed and continually set standards of excellence.

Telecoms World Middle East is a strategic telecoms forum that will bring key decision-makers of the leading regional operators together to discuss their current position, their growth strategies and how they intend to invest in the future.

Bharti Airtel said in a statement “The citation is recognition of Bharti Airtel’s leadership in creating and delivering innovative wholesale solutions for global markets”

Bharti Airtel’s, global wholesale portfolio offers MPLS, Ethernet, IP and International Private Leased Circuit (IPLC) services to carriers in high growth markets across Asia and the Pacific. The portfolio includes solutions for voice and data connectivity, collaboration services, co-location, carrier outsourcing and content distribution through its next-generation high speed submarine and fiber network.

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a khajuria
December 23, 2009 8:20 am 8:20 AM
Whatz d fun of these award: Bharti auditors seek time!!!!! The heat is on for India’s mobile phone companies who are under the scanner for an alleged fudging of their books and under-reporting of revenues. Mobile phone companies have to share a portion of their revenues with the government, and while that may have led to the current mess, now it’s auditors who are saying they aren’t getting all the details they need from operators. The special audit of Bharti as well as accounts of other telcos is likely to be delayed further. Even as the telecom department intervenes to… Read more »
Nikhil Kothari
December 1, 2009 12:10 am 12:10 AM

congo Airtel

November 30, 2009 8:50 pm 8:50 PM

Yeh kya baakwas Hain ?