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Reliance started a virtual war when it entered. With the largest user base in the country in mobile segment, it is on a breakneck speed in expanding its offerings across the country. The recent news in the media was abuzz with the announcement that it is planning to spread its network to over 5000+ cities and towns across India including four lakh villages.

Reliance has played its card absolutely right. Even though the @n@1ysts have figured out that rural market remains only cyclical, falling tariffs are only going to spur the demand from those “low income areas”. Reliance knows the first mover advantage, on the same lines that BSNL set up its mobile services in the rural areas. I believe that much of the need is derived from the voice calls rather than fancy value added services that have not much utility otherwise. Who would want to download games anyway? The other side of the argument is to allow the market to mature and then create a demand for the same.

It was with this idea that Reliance set up its portal R-World which is a step in the right direction. Airtel, in all its wisdom realized the value much later when it introduced its Airtel Live! portal after introduction of EDGE services. Mobile services are going to see demand based on Value added services, but only after the markets mature.

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We have been extremely dissatisfied with Sify broadband. I was looking to change the boradband connection at home and was browsing the net to see the other broadband providers and happened to read this forum. Based on your experience Sushubh, which company currently provides the best broadband connection in Panchkula, Haryana ? Is Reliance Broadband operational yet ?
 

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panchkula? do not ask me. i moved to gurgaon from panchkula. check tata indicom though.
 


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Thanks. Between Tata Indicom, BSNL and Airtel broadband which one would you recommend for Panchkula ? Also, would you happen to know if Reliance Broadband is operational in cities other than Mumbai. I live in the U.S and am doing some research for my family back home. Their internet needs would be limited to accessing mails, chatting and going forward VOIP.
 

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airtel is great for voip. sify offers voip based phones i believe. not sure. BSNL if available in panchkula could be a good deal but they are new so cannot comment on the service and quality. sify is crap. but panchkula only has sify and another service called glide i think in other areas. tata indicom in my friend's experience is crap for VoIP. it all largely depends upon area to area.
 
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Cool. Thanks for the inputs.
 


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you must move yor dish to Insat 3A_4B at 93.5°E for dd direct+ which availble for free ,about 50 channels .tatasky no chance.
 

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