TATA INDICOM, the telecom service provider, will open 15 new outlets in the Madhya Pradesh-Chhattisgarh circle. At present, the company has three outlets each in Bhopal, Indore and Gwalior.
Talking to media persons here on Friday, Tata Teleservices Ltd MPCG Circle Chief Operations Officer Anil Malik said as part of the expansion plans, the company will invest Rs 80 crore to 100 crore to augment its retail presence in the country from 2,700 outlets to 3,500 outlets by March 2007.
Tata Indicom will find mention in the Limca Book of Records 2007 edition for being the first telecom operator in the country to inaugurate 100 True Value Shoppes (TVS) on a single day, he said. TVS are Tata Indicom’s medium-sized stores that ensure assistance to the company’s products and services.
“This historical achievement further reinforces the nationwide success of Tata Indicom’s retail venture,” Malik said adding that the youngest telecom service provider is the fastest in rolling out 2,700 True Value outlets across 20 circles.