Indus Towers plans big for Tamil Nadu; sets up 5,920 green sites

By January 22nd, 2016 AT 8:59 AM

With an aim to provide robust connectivity in Tamil Nadu, Indus Towers, India’s largest telecom tower company, has set up 5,920 green sites and 5,505 non-AC sites in the state. It has reached over 28,700 tenancies in the past eight years and is connecting over 79.3 million wireless subscribers across Indus Towers’ second largest telecom circle. The company also provides employment to over 4,000 employees (directly and indirectly) in the circle.


“With 13,100+ towers and over 28,700+ tenancies in Tamil Nadu comprising of 2,800+ towers and 6,500+ tenancies in Chennai, Indus now offers its users continuous and uninterrupted connectivity across the state,” a statement said.

Indus Towers now aims to expand its existing efforts in the region by installing more tower sites strategically followed by aggressive rollout plans for various telecom operators.

A Siva Prakash Rao, Circle CEO – Tamil Nadu, Indus Towers, said, “Tamil Nadu is the second largest telecom circle in terms of mobile subscribers for Indus and we are committed towards developing the infrastructure and contributing towards the growth of the state’s economy. We have been continuously working towards expanding our footprint, keeping our environmental duties in mind and at the same time employing and training workforce in the circle.”

He further added, “Indus Towers has always stood by its responsibility towards the people across the nation, as well as in the region, by ensuring hassle-free connectivity to mitigate the damage experienced during any unfortunate calamity. Furthermore, we are committed towards our tagline of ‘Putting India First’ by working rigorously to maintain uninterrupted mobile telephony services to the state and thus empower the local talent.”

Having over six years of experience in business journalism, Krishna has a knack for writing on telecom and IT. She believes that tryst with technology is the best thing that has ever happened to the mankind. Krishna is a telecom analyst with CMR

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Indus is a bankrupt company. It is not able to pay rent for the sites. Area managers are asking for bribe otherwise threatening to shift the tower. The problem is not only with the local level, higher officials too are not paying attention to the emails sent to them. When owners shut down the site, the area manager prayed and promised to pay the arrears in 10 days. But promise was broken and their phones are not being attended.
The operators which are attached to Indus will be hurt when the sites will be closed permanently.

Jyotirmoy Manna
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It is a pleasure to hear that the company created employment of 4000 people directly and indirectly.

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