By July 8th, 2009 AT 8:33 AM

Telecom Regulatory authority of India has revealed its network congestion report for the month of January to March 2009 which quotes Bihar as the most congested telecom circle followed by Andhra Pradesh Kolkata ,Assam, Himachal Pradesh  and Mumbai ,among telecom operators Reliance Telecom and idea are most congested followed by  Vodafone.

The network congestion report analysis for the month January, February and march 2009 shows that the performance of the telecom service providers with respect to the congestion on POI’s has dropped in the month of March 2009 as compared with the performance in December 2008.

During this period Cellular Mobile Telephone Subscriber base has increased from 346.89 million in December 2008 to 391.76 million in March 2009.While comparing with private operators BSNL and MTNL the number of POIs having congestion has decreased from 35 in December 2008 to 27 in the month of March 2009.


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Bihar still having potential fir new telecom company,Still penetraion of Bihar is still High,most commnly Teleron ,Swan and S-tel going to launch in Bihar within few monts.


KAUSHIK I think DEBOPRATIM is linked up with either PSU – BSNL or MTNL as he *always* promtes them !!!

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