Uninor to Launch GSM Mobile Services in Kolkata & West Bengal by June

By April 30th, 2010 AT 1:14 PM

Uninor the Youngest telecom operator is all set to launch its GSM Mobile Services in 5 telecom circles named Kolkata, West Bengal, Mumbai, Maharashtra and Gujarat.

According to the Uninor officials, The commercial GSM mobile services will be rolls out in Kolkata and West Bengal (ROB) telecom circle by June 2010 followed by Mumbai, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Rajasthan within this quarter.

Uninor, the Indian GSM mobile brand of Telenor, which launched across 8 telecom circles in December 2009 and has already registered more than 3.6 million subscribers within just 3 months of operations.

The company hold Pan India UAS Licenses (for all 22 telecom circles) and holds 2G spectrum in 21 out of the 22 circles. The operator will be looking to consolidate its customer base that has touched 4.2 million across the eight circles that it operates in.

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