Heavy metal processing services provider in India: Will offer 3G, 4G services

In a bid to attract the metal industry’s most loyal customers, Heavy Metal Process Services Ltd.

has been launching a 3G mobile internet service for a couple of years now, but this is its first 4G service, according to company founder and chairman, Shashank Purohit.

The company says the service will be available for the masses from the first quarter of next year, though details are yet to be finalised.

 The mobile internet app will be launched by the end of the month and will offer users a number of services.

It will offer 4G broadband connections and voice over internet protocol (VoIP) services.

It will offer access to over 100 applications, including the likes of WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Skype and the new WhatsApp app, Purohl said.

Purohl, who is also the founder of the online payment platform PayPal, said the company was going to be focusing on its customer base, the ones who are already using the internet, rather than going after the middle- and upper-class customers.

The company said it will launch a 4G network on the network that is already in place in the state of Maharashtra.

The state has one of the largest metal processing centres in the country, and it is estimated that about 20 lakh tonnes of metals are produced every year.

According to Purohts research, the company has been running the service in Maharashtra for five years and the network is currently in place there.

“Our network is about 40-50 per cent operational.

In the next couple of months, we plan to roll out a 4GB network to the entire state,” he said.

Purolh said the 3G service will only be available on a trial basis and he expected to start providing 4G connectivity to the public on July 1.

Purai, the owner of Puroli Group, also said that the company had signed a deal with an Indian telecom company for its network.

On the other hand, the firm had also signed a pact with a telecom company to launch a 3rd-generation cellular service.

Purai said the three telecom companies will build out a network of around 300,000 square feet for the 3-G service in the next two to three months.