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Wireless Broadband Roundup: Indicom-NTT; RCOM-Verizon

— Tata Indicom has tied up with Japan based NTT to allow NTT subscribers to use Indicom’s WiFi network in India. Indicom already provides a similar service to roaming subscribers of Singapore based Starhub. Indicom has over 350 WiFi hotspots in India, and has plans to increase that number to 1000. One can only hope that their WiFi works better than their broadband or their data card service. [via release]

— Reliance Communications has tied up with Verizon (NYSE: VZ) to allow subscribers access to the Internet while traveling in the US. The company plans to expand services to Canada and Latin America, followed by Japan, South Korea and China. [via ToI]

2 Responses to “Wireless Broadband Roundup: Indicom-NTT; RCOM-Verizon”

  1. TATA Indicom is having a hard time serving domestic clients . There connectivity sucks like anything and if there is anything which can match the level of connectivity issues with Tata Indicom , its the pathetic service/Customer support they offer . I think it would be wise for them to put their house in order first .
    somebody listening ????

  2. The Tata Indicom mentioned here is VSNL's retail division and not their wireless arm, dont think they are anywhere close to launching data roaming on their CDMA network.