Airtel Project Leap to disclose telecom coverage details in your area

Airtel Project LeapProject Leap, the Rs 60,000 crore network investment program of Bharti Airtel has taken yet another leap by disclosing coverage of voice and high speed broadband services in your respective localities.

Sunil Mittal promoted Airtel will be sharing details of cellular sites being set up, shut down of sites due to external issues, etc.

Airtel becomes more transparent

For instance, Airtel has 6,684 basic 2G voice and data sites in Delhi. The telecom network operator is planning to add 474 additional 2G voice and data sites by March 2016.

Airtel has 10,882 3G and 4G data sites in Delhi, while it will be adding 1,725 new cellular sites to boost 3G and 4G by March 2016.

Bharti Airtel has 5,588 2G voice and data sites in Kerala. Airtel will be adding 120 new 2G voice and data Sites by March 2016.

The Indian telecom network operator has 1,066 high speed data sites for offering 3G and 4G services. It will be adding 1,036 3G and 4G sites by March 2016. Airtel 4G is available in three towns across Kerala.

Why it is unique?

The telecom investment planned in the next three years is aimed at improving the network quality of Bharti Airtel. Till today, its rivals such as Vodafone India, Idea Cellular, Reliance Communications, BSNL, Telenor, etc. are yet to make any announcement to increase their investment in the network enhancement.

The Airtel investment project is revolutionary for the Indian telecom industry stakeholders. Rivals such as Reliance Jio Infocomm does not even talk about the mobile Internet speed or coverage of its 4G services offered to employees from 27 December.

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“Airtel is investing resources in ramping up our network infrastructure towards this modernization drive and improving the service experience delivered to every customer. The project is making quick strides in enhancing our network quality and focused on implementing a Project Leap strategy down to each and every location,” said Gopal Vittal, MD and CEO, Bharti Airtel (India and South Asia).

Airtel said the website allows customers to see the network coverage for voice, data services — 2G, 3G and 4G in their regions.

“Key highlights relating to Airtel’s network transformation exercise at national and state level are also included. In the locality map, information on the status of modernization of all the Airtel sites in that locality can be seen,” said Airtel in a statement.

Bharti Airtel’s 240 million plus customers can volunteer to host a site in a planned or a forcibly shut site location, and contribute to this network enhancement drive.

According to Project Leap, Bharti Airtel plans to add around 1,60,000 sites in the next three years. In the next three months, Airtel will be adding nearly 23,000 3G and 4G sites enhancing the overall network experience for customers.

Baburajan K
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