NTT JOIN HANDS WITH BSNL

By June 27th, 2009 AT 5:03 PM

NTT and BSNL partnershipNTT Communications of Japan join hands with India’s leading telecom operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd(BSNL) to provide telecom networking, system integration and other IT services to multinational enterprises operating in the Indian market.

NTT announced today its signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with BSNL, India’s largest telecommunications company, to consider opportunities for partnership.

Through the MOU, NTT Com and BSNL will jointly explore various areas for partnership with the basic aim of providing customers with better services. NTT Com intends to expand the reach and quality of its local services to help multinational customers develop their businesses in India.

NTT Com which is the owner of Japan’s leading telecom service provider NTT DoCoMo, has provided networking, system integration and other IT services to multinational enterprises operating in the Indian market. In particular, networking services have been growing in recent years as multinationals move beyond urban areas and expand into rural areas, creating needs for NTT Com to expand its reach and enhance service quality.

NTT Com and BSNL will now consider opportunities to jointly expand service areas, assure quality, deliver services faster, strengthen maintenance operations, and more. NTT Com believes that such a partnership would facilitate the provision of high-quality services sought by customers.

BSNL, the largest telecommunications company in India, is 100% owned by the government. In addition to its domestic network, it also provides global managed MPLS network, cellular phone and internet services.

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The tie-up will help BSNL to serve its international enterprise customers in a better and cost effective way.

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Emad :
however TRAI marked tata indicom as less congested network isn’t it true?
and i ve listen many times hard to connect call to any BSNL at firt attemp it is your luck if u connected fist time

That remark for TATA is not applicable India wide, read the report first,Tata Indicom is most congested network in CDMA operations in Delhi and NCR circle as per TRAI report, check it out.

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