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VSNL launches wireless international broadband

business Updated: May 01, 2007 11:56 IST

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Tata Group company VSNL is all set to provide roaming wireless broadband services to international travellers during their stay in India.

The service will allow seamless roaming and usage within the VSNL wireless broadband network in India wherein visitors can access high-speed wireless broadband using their home country account and identity.

As part of the rollout, VSNL has partnered with StarHub, Singapore's second largest info-communication company. This will allow all StarHub customers - whether mobile, broadband or cable - to use wireless broadband service at over 200 Tata Indicom Wi-Fi Hotspots across India.

Other global Wi-Fi operators will soon be added to the list of roaming partners.

"Global travellers will never feel disconnected in India now," said Prateek Pashine, vice president (marketing and technology) of VSNL, while announcing the launch of this service on Monday.

VSNL, a global communications services provider, is the only Indian member in the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) - a global consortium of the world's leading wireless operators.

Tata Group company VSNL is all set to provide roaming wireless broadband services to international travellers during their stay in India.

The service will allow seamless roaming and usage within the VSNL wireless broadband network in India wherein visitors can access high-speed wireless broadband using their home country account and identity.

As part of the rollout, VSNL has partnered with StarHub, Singapore's second largest info-communication company. This will allow all StarHub customers - whether mobile, broadband or cable - to use wireless broadband service at over 200 Tata Indicom Wi-Fi Hotspots across India.

Other global Wi-Fi operators will soon be added to the list of roaming partners.

"Global travellers will never feel disconnected in India now," said Prateek Pashine, vice president (marketing and technology) of VSNL, while announcing the launch of this service on Monday.

VSNL, a global communications services provider, is the only Indian member in the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) - a global consortium of the world's leading wireless operators.