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Spice Telecom Ties up With Karnataka Postal Department news
Our Corporate Bureau
19 January 2004
  • Spice joins hands with the Department of Posts to market Spice Uth Card and recharge currency
  • The one of its kind tie-up is aimed at bringing mobile services closer to the people of Karnataka.
  • First Cellular Operator in Karnataka to tie up with the Indian Postal Department

Mumbai: The next time you walk into a post office, don''t be surprised to find Spice products and recharge coupons on shelves.

Spice Telecom, Karnataka''s oldest and quality cellular service provider has announced a tie up with the Department of Posts to market Spice Uth prepaid cards and recharge coupons through the network of post offices across Karnataka.

This is the first time in Karnataka that a cellular operator has made a tie-up with the postal department.

Through this facility, a customer can buy Spice Uth cards and recharge coupons in all denominations from post office counters across the state. The facility is first being introduced in Bangalore and Mysore, and will soon be extended to all other districts in Karnataka.

Announcing this significant development, Mr. Sean Dexter, managing director-Spice Telecom, Karnataka Circle, said, "By using the extensive network of post offices, the company is enhancing its services to subscribers in the state. This tie-up increases Spice''s distribution reach and is another step towards bringing mobile services closer to the people of Karnataka."

Added Mr. Dexter, "We, at Spice Telecom have always strived to provide our customers services and facilities that makes their life easier. By tying up with the postal department, we are reaching out to the common man and making our services available across a cross section of the society."

Presently, 62 post offices in Bangalore and 15 in Mysore have been identified in the first phase to sell these cards which would be later extended to more post offices depending upon the needs of the customers.

Spice Telecom in Karnataka is the oldest of the four cellular service providers, covering over 60 towns, over hundreds of villages and 18 telecom district headquarters out of 19. The company has a customer base of over 2.6 lakh active subscribers in Karnataka. Spice Telecom has tied up with 44 roaming partners in India and 150 partners across the world to provide national and international roaming facilities in more than 100 countries.

 

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Spice Telecom Ties up With Karnataka Postal Department