Andhra Pradesh to rollout 4G services in phases

Our Bureau Hyderabad | Updated on December 19, 2014

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu directed Reliance executives to study the feasibility of rolling out 4G services in the State by April 2015 and hoped that they would be rolled out in phases.

Reliance executives Rajiv Luthra and Raghu Raja met the Chief Minister at Secretariat today and informed him the company plans to offer 4G services.

The company, which has 502 cell phone towers in the State, requested the Chief Minister to grant them permission to upgrade them to 4G. The State Director General of Police JV Ramudu was asked to extend the required permissions to upgrade these towers. Stating that 4G services would play a crucial role in creating a smart Andhra Pradesh, the Chief Minister said 4G services will initially be provided in all hospitals and educational institutions. He added that the State’s police could also use 4G services to bring down the crime rate in the State.

Published on December 19, 2014

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