New Delhi, Apr 4 (UNI) Tata Teleservices, which offers services under the CDMA technology, has got a start-up spectrum of 2.5 MHz spectrum to roll out its network in three more circles -- Jammu and Kashmir, Assam and the north-east.
With the allocation of radio frequencies, the Mumbai-based telecom operator has now become a pan-India CDMA service provider.
The firm has also applied for GSM spectrum under the dual technology clause in all the 23 telecom circles of the country.
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) yesterday started giving out spectrum to operators, with Shyam-Sistema becoming the the first one to receive the spectrum.
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