Reliance Infocomm expands network
RAPIDLY EXPANDING its coverage of places of tourist importance, Reliance Infocomm recently launched its services in Khajuraho.india Updated: Apr 04, 2006 00:50 IST
RAPIDLY EXPANDING its coverage of places of tourist importance, Reliance Infocomm recently launched its services in Khajuraho.
A spokesman for the company said here that Sanchi, Chanderi, Ujjain, Mandu, Maheshwar, Omkareshwar, Maihar, Bhedaghat, Jagdalpur, Bastar, Dongargarh and Kawardha are some of the tourist places the company is already covering.
Khajuraho is 214th town in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh to come on RIC’s coverage map. With a population of 19,000 Khajuraho is among the most popular tourist destinations in India attracting over 1.25 lakh tourists every year, 45 percent of them being foreign (who tend to have greater need for voice and Internet connectivity).
“Khajuraho is an important milestone in our vision of Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh as a digital state with uninterrupted voice and wireless Internet connectivity,” said the spokesman.
“The locals and tourists can now use their RIM handset not only to talk, but also to surf the Internet and do things that’ll make their everyday lives a lot easier.
Be it news, banking, stock trading, paying bills, booking a railway or air ticket, or exam results, they will get to do all this and much more using their mobile phone.”
Post the introduction of Reliance Infocomm’s services in these towns and subscribers will be able to enjoy high-speed data connectivity, an array of infotainment content on R World, a wide range of colour and black-and-white handsets and unbeatable tariffs.
Thanks to its CDMA 1X technology, Reliance Infocomm is able to offer its customers superior voice quality and Internet connectivity at a speed of up to 144kbps.