Dear WSJ, look beyond US. We have different circles (service areas) across the country for the porpose of mobile telephony.
In an earlier post I had written about how our people have blind faith on all that is "phaarein".
Here comes WSJ:
The author Romit Guha is not even aware what the fuss is all about. The fact is that Indian govt has said that intra-circle roaming is illegal where the operators don't have license.
Try finding the word "intra" in the article; 0 count.
The person who doesn't even know there is a difference between intra circle and inter circle 3G roaming and he simply enforces his sweeping opinion on the readers.