Telenor planning to roll out 4G in six circles

Telenor is reportedly planning to roll out its LTE offerings in six circles. The operator has reportedly already started its LTE offerings in Varanasi.
PTI has mentioned that the operator is making plans to launch its 4G offerings in all its six circles by way of the stop of this financial yr.
Telenor presently provides services in UP (West), UP (East), Bihar (along with Jharkhand), Andhra Pradesh (including Telangana), Maharashtra and Gujarat. It also has spectrum for Assam but is yet to start its services.
Telenor had 7.24 lakh cell subscribers on the give up of January, as in step with TRAI statistics.
in the meantime, ET has claimed that Telenor is seeking to go out the Indian marketplace altogether but has not find any purchaser up to now.
“The enterprise, which has spectrum in seven circles but operates in just six of India’s 22 zones with airwaves best in 1800 Mhz band, is said to be looking for a valuation between $1.6 billion and $1.8 billion (Rs 11,000-12,000 crore),” ET stated quoting resources.
Telenor, as according to ET, has invested $three billion on the grounds that 2008-09 but after dropping all its licenses in 2012, it hasn’t recovered. With constrained airwaves, it may now not survive for lengthy, specifically after the entry of Reliance Jio.