Bharti Airtel Crosses 7800 Mark Of Mobile Towers In Maharashtra

India’s largest GSM Mobile service operator Bharti Airtel today said that it has crossed the 7,800 mark of towers in Rest of Maharashtra (Maharashtra-Goa Telecom Circle) to become the only telecom operator with the highest number of towers in the region.

Bharti Airtel known to make continuous investments to expand capacity and up-grade the GSM network, also provides state of the art technology thereby offering superior value to its mobile customers.

Post reaching the above benchmark, Bharti Airtel’s enhancement plan promises to provide seamless mobile network in the rural areas of Maharashtra.

Anant Arora COO, Maharashtra & Goa Circle, Mobile Services, Bharti Airtel, stated, “As leaders, we at Airtel, have always ensured that our customers get the best value, enjoy the finest services and benefit from cutting edge products and technology. With the highest number of cell sites today, we plan to provide superior quality network for our customers in the rural areas of Maharashtra.

This network up-gradation is our endeavor to ensure that we give our customers unmatched network with every call.” In a price-driven market Airtel believes that a network-driven choice holds priority and stands as a key differentiator.

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February 21, 2012 10:24 am 10:24 AM

One time Airtel was great operator in maharashtra, but now it’s worst, automatically activation of services and balance deduction, no refund, cust. care not giving good response.

September 23, 2010 10:16 am 10:16 AM

Yes That’s Right. But The Mobile Service Providers Like DOCOMO, UNINOR AND AIRCEL Must Have to Hike Their Sim Card Price and Lower Down their Tariffs May Cause an Improvement in Telecom Industry

September 23, 2010 8:08 am 8:08 AM

@Kaushik Roy
but if they offer cheap tariff then ter network quality will fall.