First company to launch CDMA technology in India was incorporated in 1996.
The Tata Group acquired Hughes Telecom and hence renamed it Tata Teleservices Limited (Maharashtra) in 2002. The company launched Tata Indicom in 2005 and it was CDMA operations of the company, then in 2008 the company launched Tata Photon.
It was wireless mobile broadband operations and lastly Tata DOCOMO (for 2G GSM services) in 2009. Tata Group and NTT DOCOMO (Japanese telecom) entered into a strategic alliance in 2008 to form Tata Docomo. After spectrum allocation, Tata launched GSM services in all of its 18 telecom circles within a short time period of 1 year.
It has been declared as the least congested network in India for two years in a row by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India and is the market leader in wireless fixed telephony in the private telecom industry. T24 was rolled out on GSM platform after the partnership with the Future Group to provide mobile telephony services.
It also collaborated with Virgin mbile to offer CDMA and GSM mobile technologies to the youth. In 2011, all the Tata brands were tied under one umbrella of TATA Docomo when brand integration was carried out to leverage on the synergies of all the companies offering Infocomm and integrating their suppy chain management. It has received 8 awards at the World HRD Conference.