Published on : Sep 23, 2015
New Call Telecom Ltd., a well-established and fast developing telecommunication and wireless British firm is keen to continue its investments in the Northeastern areas of India. According to the announcement made by Nigel Eastwood, CEO of New Call Telecom Ltd., the company has disclosed its plans to develop Wi-Fi network connectivity across the regions of the Northeastern states of India. With this, the company aims to expand their telecommunication and wireless services across the region. Nigel Eastwood, CEO of New Call Telecom Ltd. further said that the company is planning to invest around US$300 mn in the Northeastern regions of India in coming 12 to 18 months. The company will invest a large amount to spread its Wi-Fi connectivity network across the Northeastern regions in India, added Nigel Eastwood.
Currently, New Call Telecom Ltd. is ranked as the sixth largest company in Britain providing internet services. Recently, the company took over Nimbuzz, the international mobile technology brand. The company was also in the process of acquiring one of the biggest company providing WI-Fi services in Delhi, informed Nigel Eastwood. Lack of infrastructure facilities in the Northeastern regions of India has restricted the development of Wi-Fi network connectivity, due to which the available resources remained untouched, said Nigel.
Connectivity is the most important feature for the development of infrastructure. Nigel Eastwood further said that expansion of connectivity, and digital services at affordable rates would definitely encourage people to access different services as per personal comfort and simplify their life. This would further increase employment opportunities for the youth in different regions. New Call Telecom Ltd. is currently leading the telecommunication and wireless sector in Britain with more than seven hundred thousand people subscribing to the company’s services, annually. The company’s customer base is increased by 227% and growth in the annual turnover by US$210 mn, stated Nigel Eastwood.