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Thursday, December 6, 2007

Govt allows RCom to start GSM services in 14 circles

NEW DELHI: Amid the battle between telecom operators over spectrum allocation norms, the government today allowed Anil Ambani-led CDMA mobile player Reliance Communications to start GSM-based services in 14 circles. The government made necessary changes in the Unified Access Services Licence (UASL) and gave a go-ahead to RCom for starting services under the GSM technology platform in 14 telecom circles. Anil Ambani Group firm Reliance Telecom already provides GSM services in eight circles. Official sources said the changes in licencing norms to allow RCom to start GSM services is subject to availability of spectrum. RCom officials were not immediately available for comments. On October 19, the company had paid Rs 1,651 crore to the Department of Telecom for a pan-India licence to start GSM services. However, since the group already has presence in eight circles, it has been now given permission to start GSM operations in the remaining 14 circles.

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