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Aircel To Lead Off GSM Service in Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan

20 February 2010 328 views No Comment

India’s 5th largest GSM mobile Service operator set up to enlarge its 2.5G network in 3 more circles, which will make it pan India Mobile Service Operator. The GSM Network expansion contract is given to Global telecom equipment maker Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN).

The NSN will cover the 3 telecom circles, which are Haryana, Punjab, and Rajasthan, to deploy radio and core GSM network and managed its services. Commercially, this service will be launched by April 2010.

Mr Gurdeep Sing (Chief Operation Officer, Aircel) stated “we have set ourselves ambitious goals to become not only a strong nationwide service provider, but also the operator of choice for millions of Indian subscribers with our proposition of high-quality services. With Nokia Siemens Networks as our partner, we have launched networks in record time while delivering superior service quality and end-user experience to our customers. We are confident that the company will help us efficiently realize our targets yet again.

As NSN announced, Aircel will lay out its Flexi EDGE Base Station, IP-ready Flexi-Hybrid Microwave radio products, mobile softswitch core network, NetAct network management system, and NetViewer element manager to help monitor, manage, and optimize the network.

Aircel kicked off its apparent expansion in 2005 and met with utmost success in the Eastern Frontier Circles. It emerged as a market leader in Assam and in the North Eastern States within eighteen months of operation. Until now, the company derived a foothold in eighteen circles including Chennai, Tamil Nadu, Assam, North East, Orissa, Bihar, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, West Bengal, Kolkata, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Delhi, UP(West), UP(East), Maharashtra & Goa, and Mumbai.

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