Reliance Industries has got accommodated in Bengaluru.
It’s a huge step towards making the Indian telecoms network a lot easier for users.
The company announced the move in a blog post on Tuesday, stating that it’s making the transition to its new platform.
It said it has now accommodated more than 1.5 lakh people with a total cost of about Rs. 6,000 crore.
It added that it has “a high-performing team” of engineers working on the transition.
Reliance Communications was founded by Mukesh Ambani in 2010 and was acquired by Reliance Group in 2014 for a whopping $US7.4 billion ($10.5 billion).