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Tata Docomo GSM Mobile service launched

Tata Teleservices Limited has announced that its pan-India GSM service will be branded TATA DOCOMO—powered with cutting-edge technology support from its partner company NTT DOCOMO, INC. of Japan.

NTT DoCoMo is Japan's leading telecom company and holds a 26 percent stake in Tata Teleservices. The company serves over 54 million customers in Japan, including 48 million using i-mode™, the world’s most popular mobile e-mail/Internet platform,
and 49 million using FOMA™, the world’s original 3G mobile service based on W-CDMA.

DOCOMO is also a global leader in the VAS (Value-Added Services) space, both in terms of services and handset designs, particularly integrating services at the platform stage. The Tata Group-NTT DOCOMO partnership will see offerings such as these being introduced in the Indian market through the TATA DOCOMO brand.

Tata teleservices is presently offering CDMA services under the brand name Tata Indicom. Tata has also partnered with Virgin Mobile for a collaborated mobile phone services.

TATA DOCOMO will shortly commence the commercial launch of its GSM operations, beginning with the telecom Circles in South India. TATA DOCOMO
GSM mobile service will have extensive coverage in cities and towns, on national and state highways, at airports and along rail routes, and at places of tourist interest, etc. TATA DOCOMO looks forward to mobile number portability so that Indian consumers can move to their service provider of choice, while retaining their phone numbers.

Earlier Reliance Communications, another pioneer in mobile services using CDMA technology, has turned into the GSM service in January 2009.

The company information will be available at www.tatadocomo.com

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