Telecom services provider du yesterday said it had signed a deal to interconnect with Reliance Globalcom, to offer a variety of data services in the UAE.
Reliance Globalcom, a division of Reliance Communications, spearheads the global telecom operations of India’s largest integrated telecom service provider.
“We are pleased to expand our services by connecting the UAE to the Reliance Globalcom network, via a strong regional partner such as du. Our relationship with du is part of a strategy to collaborate with quality service providers and leverage each other’s strengths to extend network capability and reach in the region for serving the fast growing needs to our customers,” said Punit Garg, President, Reliance Globalcom.
The pact will enable du and Reliance Globalcom to jointly offer a comprehensive range of value-added data services from the virtual PoP (Point of Presence), which relays calls via third party circuit to the internet service provider’s central location.
Du CEO Osman Sultan said: “The agreement will create tremendous synergies for all concerned. “It marks a significant step for us on our journey to become the regional hub as part of our strategy.”
Du signs pact with Reliance