Videocon Telecom Plans to bid for the 900 Mhz license for Delhi

Videocon Telecom is planning to bid in the upcoming licence auction. Videocon Telecom has recently made a comeback into the Telecom industry and has a strategic presence across the Northern corridor of the country forming the Hindi speaking belt.

videcon-telecomThe company has been making huge investments in the business & has successfully rolled out 3 out of 6 license acquired in Nov’12 auction. The brand has almost doubled its Network presence in the four operating circles including Punjab & is all set to rollout the remaining three circles within the next 12 months. The brand is already among the Top 3 players in Net subscriber additions consecutively for last 3 months in its operational circles

Videocon Telecom finds the sharp cut in the reserve spectrum floor price for the 900 Mhz spectrum to be very attractive and is seeing it as a big opportunity. The brand is evaluating to bid for the 900 Mhz license in Delhi in the upcoming Jan’14 auction .

Videocon Telecom is also seeing huge opportunity in the liberalized license regime and talks about unleashing the data opportunity in the telecom circle of Delhi NCR in a big way, where the 900 Mhz spectrum will be the most efficient spectrum for a densely populated city like Delhi NCR.

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Sathish, Gobichettipalayam(TN)
October 13, 2013 6:39 pm 6:39 PM
My view : I dont think Videocon has USP. During Uninor and Videocon operations in TN. Uninor was much better than Videocon telecom. Uninor is pioneer of Free Seconds Pack and Free minute pack in prepaid segment in India. If uninor was not there, today we wont get one of the fast moving voice calling free seconds or free minutes pack : RC198 : 42000 seconds free to other network, 120000 seconds to own network for 30 days with unused seconds or minutes carry forwarding facility. Still in TN, Reliance and Idea provides 42000 local [email protected] and 700 local [email protected]… Read more »
October 8, 2013 12:54 pm 12:54 PM

Please dont. Go away and stop wasting spectrum.

Animesh Sengupta
October 8, 2013 12:39 pm 12:39 PM

I wish we could have companies like Orange ,Hutchison,AT&T and T Mobile in India, They would give operators like Vodafone,Idea and Airtel a tough time, Even Aircel should re brand itself as Maxis as Maxis Group is the 74 % stake holder in Aircel. Fair pricing of the spectrum and fair play would improve the competition in the Mobile market

October 9, 2013 1:57 am 1:57 AM

Because of people like you, who wished and to buy foregn country’s goods and services instead of swadesi, value of rupee is depriciating…. and all blaming govt. first change yourself.
I am wishing to vodafone go out of india and mtnl, bsnl, reliance tata to be in profit.

October 9, 2013 12:37 pm 12:37 PM
+1. But Swadeshi manufacturers and service providers should also provide quality at good price. Only then people will look at them. Here raw material cost is too high then forget about the finished product. So much of regulations that it’s very hard do to business and flourish it. Even after having a large area under cultivation, we need to import food items. Large population is good but it a problem at the same time when resources are limited. When Govt asks companies to buy from local vendors, they find it difficult because of the cost and they get it for… Read more »
October 9, 2013 2:45 pm 2:45 PM

+1 this is the reason why even walmart is not opening its reatil stores in india that because the government wants them to procure 30% of the goods in their super stores why they are not ready to do given the qualit of indian goods and stamdard of walmart.