- With clear leadership in Punjab in Retail & Enterprise segments for the last 15 years, Connect Broadband now expands footprint across India
- With Data as the focus area, Connect Broadband will provide services for both big & small businesses
- Main services include Internet Leased Lines, IVR based OBD services, Co-location data centre solution, Cloud Telephony, Bulk SMS, GSM gateway and customized software solution.
NewZNew (Chandigarh) : Taking a giant leap, Connect Broadband, the leading Wire-line and Broadband service provider announced aggressive expansion plans across the country.
Part of S$ 5Billion Videocon Group, Connect Broadband has recently acquired ISP category A license enabling it to offer services across India.
With this, Connect Broadband moves forward in extending best in-class services to retail and enterprise customers in the other parts of the country. Connect Enterprise Solution will cater to the existing and emerging needs of customers, supported by unmatched customer service experience.
Connect Broadband has been offering innovative solutions with extensive research and after gaining deep insights about customer usage and preferences. It brings integrated product and service offerings across multiple segments to provide connectivity to its customers.
Major services being launched in phase one include Internet Leased Lines, IVR based OBD services, Co-located data centre solution, Cloud Telephony, Bulk SMS, GSM gateway and customized software solution.
Connect Broadband has always been the preferred brand for discerning, broadband and enterprise customers. We plan to offer our enterprise customers a new and unique proposition that captures their need for increasing volumes of data. The built-in conveniences focus on safety & security which will make customer experience holistic and delightful, said Mr Arvind Bali, CEO& Director, Videocon Telecom. “Our success in Punjab backed by our highly skilled and experienced team gives us confidence of success in rest of the circles. We will begin our expansion plan with Haryana, followed by Himachal Pradesh, MPCG and Gujarat in the next six months and then to rest of the country”, added Mr Bali.