The corporate Internet access market in India will see another entrant called Reach, promoted by PCCW (Pacific Century CyberWorks) and Australian Telco giant Telstra.
Reach is expected to commercially launch its operations in India by the first week of December ‘01.
PCCW is the broadband and convergence company promoted by Hongkong-based billionaire Richard Li. Both Telstra and PCCW hold a 50 per cent stake in Reach.
PCCW also owns a retail access ISP (Internet Service Provider) in India called Now, which is promoted in India by Delhi based Data Access.
Reach is expected to be a carrier and should commercially launch its operations in India by the first week of December ‘01. A carrier is a company offering telephone and data communication services between points within a country or between two countries.