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Updated: March 1, 2012 10:13 IST

2G: Tata seeks review of SC verdict

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In this file photo, a man makes a call in front of a gate displaying a Tata DoCoMo advertisement in Guwahati. The company contended that it had applied for licences more than 18 months before the 2008 licensing process began.
The Hindu In this file photo, a man makes a call in front of a gate displaying a Tata DoCoMo advertisement in Guwahati. The company contended that it had applied for licences more than 18 months before the 2008 licensing process began.

Tata Teleservices has moved the Supreme Court seeking review of the judgment cancelling its licences for the 2G spectrum in three circles, which were allotted during the tenure of former Telecom Minister A. Raja.

The petition seeking review was filed nearly a month after the apex court on February 2 had cancelled 122 2G licences granted to nine telecom companies, including Tata Teleservices, based on the first-come-first served policy for 22 circles.

The company earlier contended that it had applied for these licences more than 18 months before the 2008 licensing process began.

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