India's Uninor Outlines Rapid Network Expansion
Published on: 19th Mar 2014
Indian mobile network Uninor has announced plans to roll out 550 additional base stations across the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
The company said that would raise its total to nearly 3,500 base stations across the state in a roll out that will take just three months.
The move comes after it broke-even in operations terms last year in the circle and boosted its spectrum holdings in the recent auction. It secured an additional 1.4Mhz of 1800Mhz spectrum.
The mobile network, which is majority owned by Norway's Telenor has 4.5 million customers in the state.