MUMBAI: Reliance Communications-Global Cloud Exchange said it has sent a ‘Cease & Desist’ notice and/or injunction to a number of competitors in India, stating that they are wrongly implying that Reliance Enterprise voice services will be discontinued. RCom called this campaign “illegal” and “malicious ” in its statement on Friday.
The telco said it has raised the issue with the concerned legal and regulatory authorities. The telco clarified that for its India Enterprise Business customers, Reliance Enterprise Voice Services, such as PRI, Centrex, Toll Free, Cloud Telephony, SIP Trunk, etc., would all continue to be offered as before and in an uninterrupted manner.
““It has been brought to our attention that some of our competitors in the India Enterprise Business space are indulging in a vilification campaign and spreading falsehoods about a disruption in our services,” RCom-GCX said in a statement.
“We would like to re-iterate that there is no truth to these messages and that we will continue to offer our entire bouquet of Enterprise Voice Services, just as before and with no changes,” it added.
It added that its consumer wireless business will have no impact on its India Enterprise and Global Cloud Exchange business.
RCom had announced its decision to shut down its 2G and 3G services and concentrate on working as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that offers 4G services.
Shares of the telco closed at Rs 12.10 a piece, up by 2.54% on the BSE on Friday.