By June 16th, 2009 AT 3:43 PM

Unitech WirelessUnitech Wireless Ltd today announces that it will rolls out  GSM mobile services by December 2009. The company’s managing director Sanjay Chandra said it to the media reporters today. Unitech Wireless, the telecom venture of Unitech Ltd and Norway’s Telenor, plans to launch its mobile services by December 2009, with initial rollout in eight circles, four in south, two in Uttar Pradesh and one each in Bihar and Orissa.

According to the company Unitech Wireless, has licenses to operate in all 22 circles across India, is launching state-of-the-art telecommunication services to provide advanced wireless voice, data and ILD and NLD services.

Unitech Wireless proposes to succeed in this highly attractive and fast growing telecom market, with a strong differentiator in customer experience and service delivery. Unitech Wireless, in which Norway’s Telenor is taking a 67 percent stake, has got wireless spectrum in 21 service areas, excluding Delhi, in the world’s fastest growing wireless market.

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