Network OperatorsAirtel introduces microsite to track network coverage under Project Leap

Airtel introduces microsite to track network coverage under Project Leap

Airtel has launched a micro-website to allow people to track the progress its making in terms of network modernization under its Project Leap initiative. The page features an interactive map which showcases towers and data coverage in places across India.

To recall, Project Leap was announced back in November this year. Airtel plans to invest Rs 60000 crore into improving its quality of service. The amount will be distributed over a period of 3 years. The telecom operator hopes to double its presence in India by setting up 70000 base stations by March 2016 and eventually building 160000 by the end of the enterprise.

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Thanks to the new Airtel Leap micro-site, individuals can monitor how far the development has gone in their area. The map shows the mobile towers which are currently in operation, in addition to showing the ones that require an upgrade. It also displays the places where a site needs to be set up, along with those which have been forcibly taken down.

As of now, the page says coverage was last updated on 25 October 2015. Customers can view which places have 3G or 4G high-speed connectivity and areas where internet speeds are restricted to 2G. They will also be able to see the towers coming up in their region and contact Airtel in case they want to assist it in setting up a mobile site within their vicinity.

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The Airtel site further fills people in on the tower statistics for a particular city such as Mumbai or New Delhi. For instance, the former is set to get 86 more voice and 2G data sites by March 2016, while the latter will receive 474 within the same period of time.

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