Reliance Jio and GTL Infra signal Tower Infrastructure Sharing Deal


Reliance Jio Infocomm Restricted (“Reliance Jio”), a subsidiary of Reliance Industries Restricted (RIL) and the one pan India operator with BWA spectrum making ready to launch 4G companies, and GTL Infrastructure Restricted (“GTL Infra”), a World Group enterprise, engaged within the enterprise of Shared Passive Telecom Infrastructure in India, introduced the signing of a Grasp Companies Settlement (MSA) for tower infrastructure sharing.

GTL Infra, along with Chennai Community Infrastructure Restricted (CNIL), has a mixed tower portfolio of greater than 27,800 towers unfold throughout 22 telecom Circles in India, serving all the most important telecom operators. The corporate has a pan India tower portfolio that’s balanced throughout key development areas of Metros and B & C class circles.

Sanjay Mashruwala, Managing Director, Reliance Jio Infocomm Restricted stated, “Our mission is to launch a pan India next-generation voice and information companies. We are going to construct the identical by means of a considered mixture of personal construct and rented infrastructure. This settlement with GTL Infra will not be solely a step in that route however may even assist us speed up our roll out.”

Commenting on the tie up, Charudatta Naik, Group CEO, World Group stated “We’re blissful to be partnering with a number one 4G participant like Reliance Jio. The launch of 4G networks and the rise within the consumption of knowledge companies is a development driver for tower firms, and we at GTLInfra are geared as much as seize the chance. Our portfolio will play an vital position in rolling out broadband networks particularly in areas like North East, and South the place we maintain a management place.”



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