U.S. firm to use Reliance Comm's fibre network
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Reliance Globalcom, a unit of India's second-largest mobile operator Reliance Communications, said on Tuesday it had signed an agreement to allow a New York-based firm to use its optic fibre network.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
Voice Peering Fabric, a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) network operated by privately-held Stealth Communications, will use the 65,000-km network of Reliance Communications to carry its traffic, the Indian firm said in a statement.
(Reporting by Devidutta Tripathy)
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