Pune: Tata Docomo, the unified telecom brand of Tata Teleservices Limited (TTL) organized a ‘Plant a Tree’ activity across 20 residential societies of Pune. The initiative is a part of Tata Docomo’s ‘A Greener Tomorrow’ campaign, and was organized to mark 70th Independence Day of India. The campaign aims at creating awareness among people, and to encourage residents across societies to work collectively for making Pune a cleaner and greener city. Tata Docomo’s employees volunteered along with society members to plant tree saplings.
Commenting on the initiative Mr. Praveg Gupta, CBU Head – Rest of Maharashtra & Goa, Tata Docomo said, “We are glad to walk hand-in-hand with people for such a noble cause. Corporate social responsibility is all about creating sustainable environment and serving the society. The initiative is a small contribution from us towards making the city greener and environmental friendly.”
Tata Teleservices is the only player in the market that offers an integrated portfolio comprising 3G, Photon, GSM and CDMA offerings for consumers as well as enterprises. At the heart of the company’s strategy is customer-centricity and focused towards the same, the company continues to introduce exclusive customer-focused plans for diverse segments of the Maharashtra market including working professionals, home makers and youth based on the monthly usage of their customers.
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