Airtel and Idea cellular allotted New MSC Codes by DOT for meeting 1 million subscriber mark

By August 19th, 2015 AT 4:25 PM

Bharti Airtel the largest operator by subscriber base and Idea cellular the third largest operator have both been allotted a new set of MSC codes by DOT for meeting the 1 million subscriber prerequisite in some circles.

The details of MSC codes allotted to the two operators are given below.
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Sr. No. Name of Licensee Name of service area MSC codes allotted
1 M/s Idea cellular Ltd. Maharashtra 91460-91469
2 M/s Idea cellular Ltd. Tamil Nadu 95140-95149
3 M/s Bharti Airtel Ltd. Maharashtra 91720-91729
4 M/s Idea cellular Ltd. West Bengal 91340-91349

The GSM operator’s body COAI has revealed that Bharti Airtel was the operator which added the most number of new subscribers (1.01 Million) in India in the month of July 2015.

Idea cellular was the operator with the second highest subscriber additions (0.68 Million).

Physiotherapist by day and techno buff by evening, Esmail is our very own in-house spectrum specialist. He has a keen eye for the Mobile data and DTH segments.

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Idea’s services are getting worst day by day. Its internet speed fell down bur the rates are rising profusely. I am gonna switch to Airtel in next few days.

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