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RCom introduces new connectivity service for SMBs

Written by Danish Khan
21 Nov 2012 at November 21, 2012

RComReliance Business Services, subsidiary of Reliance Communications, has launched a new connectivity service for large and medium enterprises across India called ‘Connect Prime’.

The company said that the Connect Prime is designed to offer a secure and superior connectivity service. It enables large and medium enterprises to connect their remote offices anywhere in India at a competitive price. The product offers bandwidth option from 64kbps to 512 kbps. Connect Prime is readily available with 7 day deployment and is easy to order and deploy.  The underlying flexible and resilient network infrastructure ensures a consistent performance with guaranteed service levels.

Punit Garg, president and CEO – Global Enterprise Business Unit, Reliance Communications said, “Reliance Connect Prime is the first “Off-the-shelf” enterprise connectivity solution in the country that is secure, cost-effective and easy to deploy, aimed at large and medium enterprises.”  The company claims that the service helps to establish “Communities of Interest Networks” in a secure, quick and cost effective manner and it allows large enterprises to connect to their new offices in growing markets.



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