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Chanakyans
Abhinav Gupta
Alok Kumar
Ankush Sharma
Gaurav Shankar
John Arthur Jason
Sweta Singh
G.Trinadh
Vikash Solanki
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½ Ôeverages the firm¶s existing competitive position
½ To take advantage of environmental opportunities and
½ Provides direction for future development of the firm.

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½ Gireless business
½ Globalcom business
½ Enterprise Broadband business
½ Infratel business

º 0eliance communication has widespread passive and transmission network for


their roll-out requirements as well as their future requirements, which spans 2G,
3G, and GiMAX.

º Expected is the 3G and GiMax technology rollout and expansion of ISP


operators .
º 0each deep into rural India by signing a JV with K0IBHCO, providing convenient
access to world-class telecom connectivity across the country .

º Most of the new stores being opened across the length and breadth of the country
happen to be on the franchisee-owned, franchisee-operated, which is xOxO, model.

º Already serving over 80 million customers.

º xocused on delivering new products in their enterprise segment. Ôeveraging their


global network during first quarter, they launched Enterprise Global Ethernet, which is
also known as EGE, in 36 countries.

º Includes passive infrastructure and active infrastructure .

º 0eliance was the first company to set up a state±of-the-art contact center at Mumbai
with capability to handle calls in 14 different languages.
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ºCompetitive intensity in the wireless industry has been growing and it is expected to
double to 11-12 players per circle with the issue of over 120 licenses to new operators
last years.

º Have an unbeatable competitive advantage to fulfill demand based on over 190,000


route kilometers of ducted fiber optic cables.
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º0eliance Infratel as an integrated service provider with industry leading capabilities
across the entire value chain

º A nationwide portfolio of over 50,000 towers, and even more importantly over 200,000
slots, is poised to capture this opportunity.

º Signed a long-term strategic telecom infrastructure sharing agreement with Etisalat DB.
It is valued at over 0s. 10,000 crore over a period of 10 years.

º0eliance Infratel now has over 190,000 kms of national optic fiber network allowing us
to provide the most economical, high-quality connectivity to our customers as compared
to microwave links provided by the competition.
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0COM announced the financial results year ended March 31, 2009.

½EBITDA higher by 13.3% at 0s. 9,288 crore (US$ 1,831 million); EBITDA margin stable at
40.5%, among the highest in India;

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½wet Profit up by 9.4% to 0s. 5,908 crore (US$ 1,165 million);

½0evenues higher by 20.3% at 0s. 22,941 crore (US$ 4,523 Millions

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