MTS Expands Its Retail Footprint In Sikkim

By December 22nd, 2011 AT 7:26 PM

MTS, India’s leading CDMA Mobile service operator with over 14 million wireless customers today expands its retail footprint in Sikkim.

MTS opens its 2nd retail company outlet in Gangtok to provide end-to-end voice and data solutions. This launch is in line with strategy to offer greater convenience to it CDMA Mobile and EVDO Data (Mobile Broadband) customers.

MTS under the MBlaze brand is the largest high speed mobile broadband operator in Sikkim. The company’s telecom network spans across all 5 major towns of the state which includes Jorethang, Singtham, Rangpo, Gangtok and Namchi.

The operator sees Sikkim as a key market and going forward its plan is to further strengthen our retail network across the region.

Keshhav Tiwary, Chief Operating Officer, Kolkata & West Bengal circle, MTS India inaugurating the MTS retail store in Gangtok

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{ Kapil, your earlier post I have replied consequent to that post. So please check that post for my reply. Hope u have checked MTS tower Km distances from one another in NH. Atleast main centres where Local BUS fare changes they should install towers} While MTS is saying they got no money for mobile towers stipulated as minimum for CDMA, but have money to pay celebrities. Why dont MTS understand the value of mouth publicity?. Will anyone getting bad reception in voice recommend for Data?. MTS seems no interest in their old Voice customers. Other states it may be… Read more »

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Kapil K. Dev : MTS Kerala User : Meaning they will install 5 (FIVE) Towers in Sikkim & start services. No money for tower network=MTS We are in Kochi-Thrissur route and we get mts connected calls most times wont last more than 2 minutes. Wish we were rich enough so that we could use other operators connection. MTS is the cheapest so we still use MTS. But towers are 1/3rd required minimum specified even for CDMA operators. We are not talking about GSM, but CDMA. Other CDMA operators have more coverage as they might be having more towers. MTS is… Read more »

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