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MTNL to purchase Internet Bandwidth from Tata Comm and RCom
TT Correspondent |  New Delhi |  09 Jul 2009

State-owned MTNL has agreed to purchase Internet bandwidth for international traffic from two Indian telcos- Tata Communications and Reliance Communications.


Reliance Communications will sell 4,109 million bits per second for MTNL’s Delhi services and 3,850 Mbps of Internet bandwidth for its Mumbai operations.


Meanwhile Tata Communications will sell 1,761 Mbps and 1,650 Mbps for the state-owned provider’s Delhi and Mumbai operations respectively.


The two companies will both offer each million bits per second at 3,107.53 rupees ($64) for the Delhi operations and at 2956.99 rupees for the Mumbai circle.


The purchased bandwidth is required to be deployed within the two weeks of the floatation of orders, said a notice on MTNL’s website.

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