Videocon Telecom’s ISP arm ‘Connect broadband’ bags Category-A PAN India ISP license

By January 7th, 2015 AT 4:09 PM

Department of Telecommunications (DoT) on January 06, 2015 has granted Unified License – ISP (Category-A) to Videocon Telecom to offer Internet Services all over India

The telco is already successfully running Broadband services under the brand name of “Connect Broadband” in Punjab and is the market leader in internet broadband segment in the state. Having the distinction of being the first ISP in Punjab to rollout FTTX services (Fiber To The Endpoint ) in Punjab service area, the telco plans to extend this stable and reliable service across the country eventually including other services like Internet Leased Lines, Point to Point Leased circuits, hosted and cloud services and data networks through MPLS etc.

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The telco plans to invest over Rs 340 Cr with next 1 year for rollout of ISP services in 6 to 7 circles, the investment shall include cost of ISP license, cost of Network deployment and investment in Hot spots etc. The telco plans to follow the strategy of aggressive data play, which is what is being adapted by an upcoming Telecom giant. The telco plans to prioritize its ISP rollout starting with its existing GSM Mobility circles including Haryana, Gujarat, MP including Chhattisgarh, and then move to Metros.

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