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Bharti Airtel tests 3G services in three cities in India news
02 April 2008

Bharti Airtel, India's leading integrated telecom company, today said it has successfully tested 3G applications with various equipment suppliers at three places - Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore - on a trial indoor spectrum, and is all set to start services as and when the spectrum was allocated. 
 
The department of telecom (DoT) has already announced to allot 3G spectrum through auction and the existing players such as Airtel are gearing to start 3G service which enables subscribers much faster downloading facility and also wireless broadband. 

Currently Swedish network company Ericsson and Nokia of Finland are vying for market share in the 3G space along with Chinese companies such as Huawei and ZTE.

Bharti Airtel is  India's largest mobile services provider, based on the number of customers. It is the flagship company of Bharti Enterprises.


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Bharti Airtel tests 3G services in three cities in India