Telecom operator Vodafone today said that it has expanded 3G network in Maharashtra and Goa in a year with investment of over Rs 557 crore.
“Vodafone has added more than 2500 cell sites across Maharashtra and Goa to strengthen its network. Vodafone SuperNet 3G is now available across 552 towns and 8,934 villages across the state supported by a strong fiber backhaul,” Ashish Chandra, Business Head Maharashtra and Goa, Vodafone India, said in a statement.
Vodafone said that it has invested over Rs 557 crore to build a future ready network in the two states. The company has 1.85 crore customers in the Maharashtra and Goa.