NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Beetel Teletech, part of India's Bharti Enterprises that controls top mobile carrier Bharti Airtel (BRTI.NS), launched a tablet computer priced at 9,999 rupees ($220) on Wednesday.
The 7-inch tablet, branded Beetel Magiq, runs on Google's (GOOG.O) Android operating system and supports both 3G and Wi-Fi networks, Beetel said in a statement.
Beetel is one of the largest makers of fixed-line phones in India. A company spokesman said China's Huawei HWT.UL was their manufacturing partner for the tablet.
India is the world's second-biggest and the fastest-growing market for mobile phones, although computer penetration is still low.
Bharti Airtel's closest rival, Reliance Communications (RLCM.NS) this month launched a tablet computer priced at 12,999 rupees.
Reporting by Devidutta Tripathy; Editing by Aradhana Aravindan