Tata Teleservices Launches Ethernet Leased Lines in 10 Cities

By April 26th, 2010 AT 1:04 PM

Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL), India’s youngest and fastest-growing pan-India dual-technology (CDMA & GSM) telecom service provider, has announced the launch of Ethernet Leased Line services, offering a range of dedicated Ethernet services to the customers seeking connectivity in 10 major cities through its Metro Ethernet Network.

In its first phase the cities include Delhi , Gurgaon, Noida, Kolkata, Hyderabad , Bangalore , Chennai, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad. Ethernet is an ideal choice for enterprises with growing bandwidth and technology requirements, as it is cost-effective, scalable, and an extremely flexible solution for enterprises of all sizes. TTSL Ethernet services are available for Enterprise and Carrier customers.

Mr Pradeep Dwivedi, Senior Vice President, TTSL, stated “There is rapid growth in demand for Ethernet services all over the world because they solve the problems of increasing bandwidth requirements and the necessity to reduce costs, TTSL is confident of its intelligent combination of service features and simplified price model.”

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tata is best.


When will these companies understand that “India needs more services for individuals rather than enterprises”.

Enterprises already have needed setups….
I strongly beleive that revolution starts from Common Man – So better is to empower them

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