Vodafone India has said that it will resolve the call drop problem at the earliest in order to provide the best experience to its customers. Vodafone India's Managing Director, Sunil Sood, told PTI, “We are very unhappy at our own service standards, this is not our usual, which we provide anywhere else in the world. We would like to resolve this issue and provide the best customer experience at the earliest.” He also said, “We are working on a war footing, we have actually opened in Delhi called war rooms... we have identified that we need 290 sites in Delhi to resolve the issue and we are trying our best how to get each one these 290 sites.” According to Sood, Vodafone’s services have been improving, and every week, 20 to 30 sites are being added in Delhi. Vodafone has added 7,000 sites in the last six months. He also said that Vodafone will acquire more spectrum to provide better quality of services. He said that additional spectrum could be acquired either through acquisition or through spectrum trading, sharing and auction.
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