Telecommunication is pivotal to a country’s socio-economic growth. It is one of the main architects of the accelerated growth and progress of different segments of the economy. Increasing connectivity is highly instrumental in improving governance, business communication, security and response to emergencies and in the overall strengthening of the socio-cultural ethos of the country. Indus Towers, as the world’s largest telecom tower Company is enabling communications revolution into a significant new phase.
Indus’ vision of Transforming Lives by Enabling Communication has set a new paradigm for a networked economy. With 1,15,942 towers in 15 circles across the country, Indus has the widest coverage in India and has already achieved 2,53, 513 tenancies, a first in the telecom tower industry globally. Indus Towers is an independently managed Company offering passive infrastructure services to all telecom operators and other wireless services providers such as broadband service providers. Incorporated in November 2007, Indus Towers Limited has been promoted under a joint venture between entities of Bharti Group including Bharti Infratel Limited (rendering telecom and tower infrastructure services in India under the brand name Airtel & Bharti Infratel Limited respectively), Vodafone India (rendering telecom services under the brand name Vodafone) and Aditya Birla Telecom (rendering telecom services under the brand name Idea), to render passive infrastructure services to telecom service providers.
Indus Towers was incorporated with an objective to provide shared telecom infrastructure to telecom operators on a non-discriminatory basis. Indus’ commitment to innovation enhances operational efficiencies and results in substantial cost savings for its customers.
With a vision statement of Transforming Lives by Enabling Communication, and a tagline of Putting India First, we have contributed significantly to enable wider access, offer affordable services, and propel wireless communication sector towards achieving Government of India’s tele-density goals.