Bharti Airtel, will add 8,000 new telecom sites and 4,200 km of optical fibre cable (OFC) in Maharashtra & Goa circle this financial year. The new additions, which are part of its network expansion programme ‘Project Leap’, will help to expand the company’s mobile data footprint.
The roll-out would mean addition of 1 new site per hour in these two States, but a single telecom circle, excluding Mumbai. , Airtel said in a statement.
“We are committed to offer our customers in Maharashtra & Goa a seamless experience on the best smartphone network. We will continue to invest aggressively in the region and expand our network capabilities with over 38,000 sites by the end of this financial year. ,” Rohit Marwha, Chief Executive Officer – Maharashtra & Goa at Bharti Airtel said. – The Hindu BusinessLine