S Tel Enrolled 1.4 Lakh GSM Mobile Subscriber In First Month

By January 14th, 2010 AT 10:51 AM

S Tel the newly-launched GSM Mobile service revealed that it has signed up 1,41,411 GSM subscribers across three telecom circles during the first month of its operation. S Tel a telecom joint venture between Siva Group (formerly Sterling Infotech Group) and BMIC Limited, a subsidiary of Bahrain Telecommunications Company (Batelco), had launched operations in Himachal Pradesh, Orissa, Bihar & Jharkhand in last month.

According to COAI December report, S Tel enrolls 16,327 GSM subscribers in Himachal Pradesh, 67,675 in Orissa and 57409 in Bihar telecom circle. S Tel has USA licenses for Himachal Pradesh, Orissa, Jammu & Kashmir, Assam and North East telecom Circle.The Company also announced that first quarter of 2010, S Tel’s mobile services will be accessible to customers in Assam  and North East circles.

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@Devesh
wateva thr prob. Is bt ths congestion is due to less bts and mre subscribers…..
Ya many companies will sel themselves to big ones…
Ist to ths wil be ping i thnk…

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