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Aircel Limited is an Indian GSM mobile communication service provider in India. As of February 09, it has 15 million customers in 10 Indian states. Aircel plans to expand its operations to at least seven more states this month and also launch WiMAX services.

Airel uses the Oracle applications – including components of Oracle Communications Service Fulfillment Suite, Siebel CRM, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Database and Oracle Real Application Clusters that help Aircel quickly launch its operations in new markets and provide a platform to offer new services, build stronger brands and lower operational costs. Wipro Limited, a member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork and partner for Aircel’s IT transformation and maintenance for nine years, ompleted the implementation for Aircel in less than five months.

In September 09, Aircel announced it will launch blackberry services in India in partnership with Research In Motion. With Redington as retail distribution agency, Aircel will launch blackberry services in the cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and rest of Tamil Nadu.

Citi played a lead role in the consolidation of the Indian Towers sector by helping GTL in its acquisition of Aircel Towers for US$1.8bn.

Aircel uses Telcordia Service Delivery & Charging Suite.

Indian cricket captain M S Dhoni endroses for Aircel.

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