Uninor has the second largest retail network among all mobile operators in the 6 circles it operates

By April 19th, 2014 AT 11:38 AM

Uninor is doing major retail expansion since its launch recently they opened 367 exclusive Uninor retail stores opened up for business in the six circles of UP West, UP East, Bihar (including Jharkhand), Maharashtra and Goa, Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat where the company offers its sabse sasta voice and Internet for all services.

This is a 30% expansion of the exclusive retail footprint that takes Uninor to 1480 exclusive stores – the second largest among all operators in these six circles.

Uninor recently announced the launch of its entirely new Internet strategy– moving from MB and KB pricing to unlimited sabse sasta tariffs for services like Facebook and Whatsapp. With the network expansion earlier and retail expansion now, the company expects a significant increase in its customer base that includes doubling of its active Internet users within this year.

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Ganesh want to say that data useage is less as compared to voice usage. The decission has been taken on past analysis.
So uninor will concete on voice and will try to improve the network and 2g speed.


I will never use uninor gprs even they provide me at free of cost. Nothing can be worst than it!

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