Tata Docomo signs exclusive partnership with MIAL

Tata Docomo signs exclusive partnership with Mumbai International Airport (MIAL) to provide end-to-end communication solutions at T2, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA).

Tata Docomo Will provide Internet leased line services, leased line services, ISDN PRI services, ADSL, MPLS, centrex services and broadband services for its captive use as well as for all the concessionaires at CSIA.

MIAL spreads to 4.3 million square feet and Tata Docomo will provide reliable and cost effective fixed voice and data services for one of the country’s busiest airports serving over 40 million passengers and handling nearly 6.5 lakh tonnes of cargo annually.

The broad scope of collaboration will also entail supplying, installing, commissioning, operating, managing and maintaining the related telecom infrastructure and equipment at the airport for a seven year period.

Commenting on the exclusive partnership, Vishal Rally, chief operating officer West, Enterprise Business, Tata Teleservices said, “Partnerships of this size and nature, is of paramount importance and forms part of company’s overall enterprise business portfolio, build on a long track record of providing high quality infrastructure that includes enterprise telecom solutions.”

Vaibhav Tiwari, head Corporate Communications, GVK MIAL said, “Our vision to transform CSIA into one of the world’s best airports that consistently delights customers and be the pride of Mumbai. A strong telecom network thus plays a very critical role in the service offering at any airport. Partnering with Tata Docomo will enable us to ensure highest quality services and will further strengthen our position as one of the best airports in the world.”

Tata Docomo has already partnered with Delhi and Hyderabad airport to provide connectivity solutions.

Tata Docomo has a strong presence in the enterprise space, across industry verticals– BFSI, IT, ITeS, Services, Manufacturing, Government and PSU.

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