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Airtel offers seamless mobile services to Char Dham pilgrims
TT Correspondent |  |  13 Jun 2018

Bharti Airtel (“Airtel”), India’s largest telecommunications services provider, is ensuring seamless connectivity and convenience for its customers visiting the Char Dham locations - Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamnotri.

Airtel is the only private mobile operator to provide 4G/3G/2G connectivity at all the locations, enabling its customers to stay in touch with loved ones and family even while visiting these remote locations. It recently restored network connectivity at Kedarnath as part of the restoration efforts following the devastating floods in June 2013. In addition, Airtel’s network teams have overcome rough terrain and harsh weather to ensure network connectivity at all the four locations and has also beefed up its network across Uttarakhand.

Sanjiv Mishra, COO, Bharti Airtel UPW said,” As India’s largest mobile network, we continuously strive to ensure that our customers stay connected wherever they are. Char Dham is a key pilgrimage and Airtel customers visiting these locations will be able to access our services and keep in touch with friends and family.”

    
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13 Jun 2018(IST)  
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