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A few days after I reported that Tata-VSNL might be making a run for Tyco Global Network, there comes news that Tata’s VSNL and Reliance’s Flag Telecom have buried the hatchet and would work together in the future. I am pretty sure, this would be temporary […]

A few days after I reported that Tata-VSNL might be making a run for Tyco Global Network, there comes news that Tata’s VSNL and Reliance’s Flag Telecom have buried the hatchet and would work together in the future. I am pretty sure, this would be temporary truce in hostilities. “VSNL has reduced its landing station access charges per STM-1 by 25 per cent and Flag has agreed to the allocation of five STM-1s to VSNL at a non-discriminatory price,’Äù added the release.Financial Express reports also points out that, “with this agreement, an additional bandwidth capacity of about 2.65 Gbits/s will become available for sale to/from India.”

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