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Airtel achieves 5 mn subscriber base mark in Delhi
TT Correspondent |  New Delhi |  15 Jun 2009

India’s leading mobile service provider, Bharti Airtel today announced achieving the 5 million subscriber base mark in Delhi and NCR circle. Airtel claimed that it is the first mobile operator to achieve this landmark in a metro circle with the last one million subscribers added in about 13 months time.

Mr. Shashi Arora, CEO - Bharti Airtel Limited, (Mobile Services), Delhi & NCR, said, “The significant milestone of crossing the 5 million customer mark in the circle from where Airtel started its remarkable journey back in 1995, is indeed an extremely proud and special moment. This is a testimony to the faith and trust that the customers of the Delhi & NCR have reposed on Airtel and we would like to take this opportunity to thank every single one of them. This surely inspires us to achieve much more and continue on our commitment to provide world-class mobile services and unmatched quality of coverage to the people of Delhi.”

To highlight the achievement, Airtel said that the company’s subscriber base in Delhi alone amounted to more than the population of countries like Singapore, Norway and UAE.

    
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15 Jun 2009(IST)  
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