Spice Digital Bets Big In The East

Spice Digital Bets Big In The EastSpice Digital one of the leading VAS players in the country, announced the opening of a larger office premises at Kolkata , augmenting its capacity to service the increasing needs of the telecom market in East India.

This announcement comes shortly after Spice Digital announced a slew of senior level appointments to lead verticals within the organization.

Spice Digital reaches out to over 50 million subscribers daily in its markets within the country and across borders including Bangladesh, Mauritius, Kenya, Indonesia, Jordan, Nepal, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and Singapore.

Saket Agarwal, CEO, Spice Digital said, “The last few years have seen Spice Digital growing very rapidly and strengthening its stand in the Indian telecom industry. While we have a very strong presence in almost all parts of India, we felt the need to expand our operations in the Eastern part of India to align ourselves better to the market, as most operators now cater to the Eastern and North East states. This should help us to service our customers better and improve engagement levels, thereby strengthening our partnerships with our customers”

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Prasath J
April 19, 2010 11:33 pm 11:33 PM

saket :
i think spice is getting more revenue from running VAS company, than running mobile service

Yes and they quit during correct time and got a very nice deal from Idea…

April 19, 2010 7:27 pm 7:27 PM

i think spice is getting more revenue from running VAS company, than running mobile service

April 19, 2010 2:39 pm 2:39 PM

The quality of Customer service varies significantly across cities. For e.g. Hutch’s customer care works great in Mumbai but is somewhat pathetic in Bangalore. On an overview, Airtel tops the list in both speed and accessibility and BSNL’s service has lots of scope for improvement. In CDMA, Tata Indicom’s service is comparatively better than Reliance’s lukewarm, off-handed approach.