A flagship company of India's Reliance Group, Reliance Communications Limited is a mobile network operator based in Mumbai, India. The telecommunications company, commonly referred to as RCOM, provides pan-Indian network coverage with the telecom's cellular, fixed telephony, and data services.
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Reliance Communications is the 16th largest wireless operator in the world with more than 128 million customers to date. Reliance Globalcom, a division of RCOM, controls the world's most expansive undersea cable system with about 65,000 kilometers of submarine cable wires that support RCOM's telecommunications services.
In 2010, Reliance was awarded the license to operate 3G infrastructures across 13 telecom circles in India, covering Assam, Orissa, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Kolkata, Madhya Pradesh, Mumbai, North East, Orissa, Punjab, Rajasthan and West Bengal. In the same year, Reliance reportedly pulled out of the broadband wireless access (BWA) bidding, focusing instead on wireless internet through the network's 3G technology, and later on, through LTE technology as planned.
Reliance Communications is expected to launch its first 4G LTE infrastructures in December 2011, promising much faster internet speeds. With 4G, mobile users can upload and download data, stream videos, and transfer multimedia files seamlessly within Reliance's 4G network.
Just like other mobile operators in India, Reliance Communications also provides prepaid services besides postpaid plans, enabling customers to access the network's cutting-edge technology without the need for contract sign-ups and monthly bills.
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