Airtel now fastest ever:
As every one knows that Airtel Bharti Telecom is the most trustful and best global telecommunications services provider with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa. In the capital of India, NewDelhi has announced that they acquired 111.6 MHz of prime spectrum across 900 MHz, 1800 MHz and 2100 MHz bands for a total consideration of Rs. 29,130 crores. The company acquire this spectrum recently through concluded spectrum auction which is conducted by the Government of India.According to the Gopal Vittal which is the MD & CEO of India & South Asia, Bharti Airtel said that, “We have secured a 20 year roadmap for providing its customers world class voice and data services across 2G, 3G and 4G and now we have a strong platform to lead the Digital India story”.They spend Rs. 17,618 crores form the total amount on the renewal of existing spectrum while the balance Rs. 11,512 crores has been spent on procuring new spectrum. The company aim is to get Leadership in growing data world.The auction results is announced by the Hon’ble Supreme Court.Renews 900 MHz spectrum in all six circles
Changes Made By Airtel Bharti Telecom:
According to the company report, they successfully renewed all its spectrum holdings in the 900 MHz band in the state like Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan and North East circles of India and they also acquired additional spectrum in the 900 MHz band in key leadership circles of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, North East, Assam, Bihar and Orissa through spectrum auction .Airtel Bharti has also acquired 1800 MHz spectrum which is spread across Punjab, Andhra Pradesh, Kolkata, Orissa, Haryana and North East and they also added to its spectrum holding in the 2100 MHz band by acquiring fresh spectrum in the major states of India like Gujarat, Maharashtra, Orissa, Uttar Pradesh (East), Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and Tamil Nadu circles.After acquiring befit in Spectrum auction The Company will be able to offer pan India 4G services and this will be done using a combination of FD-LTE technology in the 1800 MHz band and TD-LTE roll-out in the 2300 MHz band.