Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) Ltd (TTML), one of the fastest growing telecom service providers, has announced that it's subscriber base has crossed the 7-million mark across the Mumbai and rest of Maharashtra circles.
The achievement comes close on the heels of TTML crossing the half-a-million subscriber mark in its wireline segment last month, the company said in a release..
''The 7-million milestone speaks volumes of the trust that our customers have evinced in Tata Indicom. This remarkable achievement stands testimony to our efforts to ensure seamless network and good consumer care. We will strive to continuously better our efforts and our offerings,'' said Haridev Khosla, president, network and technology, TTML.
Tata Teleservices recently launched Photon+, their high speed wireless broadband service in Bangalore. The company claims that this service will provide speeds of a maximum of 2.4 Mbps, and average browsing speeds of 300 kbps and above.
Two devices have been launched under the Photon+ brand. The first is a USB dongle that costs Rs3,500 and comes with three tariff plans. The cheapest is Rs700 for 0.5 GB of data, and there's an unlimited plan at Rs. 1,500 per month. The second device is a combined modem-cum-wireless router, aimed at SME's and business users. This device does not have any unlimited plans on offer.
Tata Teleservices Limited, has announced that the company will be investing additional Rs35 crore in Gujarat to set up 100 cell sites by August 2009. The company had earlier made an announcement of investing Rs125 crore in the state till March 2009.