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Tata Docomo Appoints Amitabh Bhatia to Head Business and Operations in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

Tata Docomo, one of the leading telecom players, has announced the appointment of Mr. Amitabh Bhatia as Consumer Business Unit (CBU) Head – Andhra Pradesh & Telangana Circle. As the CBU Head, Amitabh would be responsible for overseeing company’s business and operations in the highly dynamic and growing telecom markets of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.


Amitabh joined telecom industry in its infancy and understands business and dynamics of the industry well basis his overall exposure with Telecom. Amitabh holds 20 years of rich experience and extensive knowledge across several brands and services especially an in-depth understanding of enterprising and aggressive telecom markets. His expertise lies in people engagement, managing large teams, cross-functional alignment for business goals, channelizing teams to deliver on common objectives. Prior to this new role, Amitabh was leading Gujarat circle at Tata Teleservices.


On his new role, Amitabh Bhatia said, “Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are strong markets for Tata Docomo, witnessing a steady increase in the telecom user base. Tata Docomo has displayed consistent growth in this region and we are working towards strengthening the long lasting relationship that exists between us and our customers. With our innovative and customer centric offers and plans, as well as a high-performing team, we look forward to the next phase of growth and expansion of the company’s footprint here.”


Amitabh is an MBA in International Marketing and has previously held various positions at Bharti Airtel, Reliance Communication, Electrolux and RPG Cellular (now Idea – MPCG).


About Tata Teleservices Limited & Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) Limited (collectively “TTL”)

TTL is one of India’s leading mobile telecommunications service providers delivering mobile connectivity, content and services to consumers across the country. The company has been at the forefront of redefining the telecom experience in India, launching technologically advanced innovative products and services, playing an enabling role in simplifying consumer lives and expanding digital inclusion. Having a pan-India presence across India’s 19 telecom circles, TTL operates in more than 450,000 towns and villages across the country. TTL offers integrated telecom solutions to its customers under the unified brand name Tata Docomo and operates its wireless networks on GSM, CDMA and 3G technology platforms. Tata Docomo has been rated amongst the Top 100 Service Brands in the country*


TTL is one of the most preferred and relied upon data service provider through its integrated data services and is one of the fastest growing player, in the data market across small screen as well as large screen. Additionally, TTL commands a market leadership in the large screen data space with its Tata Photon family of 3G and Wi-Fi products. In non-voice services the company through its wide range of pioneering offerings such as e-Governance, Machine to Machine (M2M) and m-Remittance (m-Rupee) services has helped to improve citizen services, public safety and governance. 


TTL is a growing market leader in the Enterprise space and provides end to end integrated Voice, Data and Managed solutions to Large and Small Medium Enterprises through its wider network footprint, better operational structure and enhanced customer service support to deliver incremental value. TTL has a robust and largest fibre optic backbone backhaul network running across 1,00,000 km and with a 25,000 km access network covering key cities which is a huge differentiator in providing seamless data services. With 2000 people TTL’s strong enterprise business is present in more than 60 cities across India, works with over 750 partners and over 1600 channel teams.


With its mantra of “open up” the company defines its focus on playing an enabling role in simplifying consumer lives by driving conversations rather than connections.


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