"The brand change is a reflection of our commitment to India and our mass market consumers as we promise to offer superior value in meeting their evolving needs through affordable, easy to use and fair means. To our 3,500 employees in India, today marks an important name change," Telenor Group Head of Asia Region Morten Karlsen Sorby said.
Telenor said the company has taken a strong customer-centric approach through initiatives like compensation for call drops.
"We take responsibility for a call drop as we commit quality service to our customers. Hence, we are extending Call drop reimbursements to all calls -- local, STD and ISD. Earlier, it was being offered on local calls only," Telenor India CEO Vivek Sood said.
The Norway-based Telenor entered India through a joint venture with Unitech Wireless, which was branded as Uninor.

Earlier this month, the company had changed the name of the company from Telewings Communications Services to Telenor (India) Communications.


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