Monday, March 05, 2007


Many U.S. companies out-source high-tech and customer-service operations both at home and abroad.
Half the Fortune 500 is said to make use of India's well-educated, English-speaking and significantly lower-paid workforce.
Within five years, according to a recent study, Indian outsourcing firms
will comprise a $21 billion industry, employing 1.2 million people.
Customer-service representatives at call centers in the United States make as much as $12 an hour. Their Indian counterparts, who frequently are told by employers to conceal their whereabouts from callers, make about a third of that amount.
Tata Broadband, tata indicom,is one of the largest telecom companies in India and provides mobile telephone services, landlines, cdma, broadband services and many other services and is expanding at a good pace for the last few years.
India broadband forum provides a platform for all tata indicom users and a place to know and discuss about tata's services.

It grants the good and reliable infrastructures that India needs to economically expand and fulfill all expectations.

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