Reliance to launch mobile phone services in Pahalgam and other places

Reliance Communications is planning to launch its mobile phone services in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh, including Pahalgam in next couple of months.
A top company source told Business Standard that Reliance would emerge as the most favourite cellular service provider in the state, with its extensive network not only in the Jammu and Kashmir region but in entire Ladakh, bordering China. With its 700 towers, the company has managed to cover even the remote areas of Kishtwar, Doda, Ramban, Rajouri, Uri, Kupwara, Baramulla and Leh-Ladakh.

Reliance has covered the entire national highway right from Lakhanpur at Punjab border to Srinagar and Uri. It has also laid reliance network chord (R-chord) to provide quality internet services to its customers in J&K. This chord has already been laid from Punjab border to Jammu, Srinagar and up to Sonamarg which is on the Srinagar-Leh highway.

All the major tourist destinations including Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Sonamarg, Patnitop and Yusmarg have been covered besides important pilgrimage sites including Katra Mata Vaishnodevi, Chara-e-Sharief, Khir Bhawani. Those visiting Shri Amarnath ji pilgrimage would also benefit from the service to larger extent.

The broad band facility to the customers will be available shortly after the launch of cellular service. It has started the process of erecting 144 towers in the Ladakh region where no other private player could reach so far. A special team of experts in the Reliance Group are in Kashmir to supervise work on this most difficult mountainous region of Ladakh.

10 thoughts on “Reliance to launch mobile phone services in Pahalgam and other places”

  1. plz tell me the actual detailed website of rliance in kasmir. Bcoz i want to take dealer ship for one of the district

  2. we are a profesional firm and are managing Tin Facilitation centre of NSDLi.e allready in service sector. now we want to open showroom of reliance communication at Ditt.Ganderbal.If there is not allready alolotted franchise to any person there then please convey us.we will be eagarly waiting for your reply
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  3. does reliance phone work in srinagar in september 2009?
    how to get taxi from srinagar to pahalgam
    How is the weather?

  4. The reliance phones are working in whole Kashmir and it is easy to get a Taxi from the airport to Pahalgam,it 2 and half hours drive.
    All the best

  5. In kashmir all Cellone,Airtel,Aircell,Relince,Vodafone,Idea etc.
    All of them are very good but Airtel has great service in the valley.

  6. Three major faiths are clearly dominant in different parts of Jammu and Kashmir. However, in terms of total population, Islam clearly dominates the Kashmir valley. You will find the valley brimming with Muslim population. In addition to that Hinduism and Buddhism also constitute a part of the religions in Kashmir. The followers of Buddhism inhabit the Ladakh area of Jammu and Kashmir State.

    Islam
    The predominant religion of Kashmir valley is Islam. Muslims constitute more than 90% of the total population of Jammu and Kashmir. Even in Jammu, Kargil and some other districts, Islam forms a substantial part of the population. The Muslims are broadly divided into two sects – the Sunnis and the Shias.

    Hinduism
    Hinduism is the second most dominant faith in Kashmir. The majority of Hindus consist of Kashmiri Pandits and Gujjars. Majority of the Kashmiri Pandits migrated from the Kashmir valley because of the constant terror threat and are now present in a minority. On the other hand, many Gujjars got converted to Islam.

    Buddhism
    Buddhist population is mainly found in the Ladakh region of Kashmir, where it predominates. In the main Kashmir valley, however, Buddhists are present in a negligible numbers.

  7. WHAT WEAR IN KASHMIR
    The answer of “what to wear while traveling in Kashmir” depends upon the season in which you are visiting the valley. If you are visiting the Kashmir valley in summers, then it is better to wear cotton clothes. Although, like other places in India, Kashmir is not very hot in summers, still, the weather is a little bit warm. For spring season and autumn season, light woolens are the perfect clothes to wear in Kashmir. This is because in spring as well as autumn, cool breeze blows in the valley. The winters in Kashmir are cold and chilly. So, in this season heavy woolens are the answer to the question of “how to dress up” in Kashmir, India.

  8. Srinagar, Feb 22 (IANS) Reliance Communications Tuesday launched its 3G services in the Kashmir Valley, the first private service provider to do so.

    The 3G services in the north Kashmir ski resort of Gulmarg and the south Kashmir hill station of Pahalgam would be started next month.

    Subscribers would have access to an Internet speed of 7.2 megabytes per second, 110 television channels, video conferencing, social networking and also mobile cinema.

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