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New name, logo for Net4India

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NEW DELHI: Internet company Net4 India Ltd on Wednesday unveiled a new logo while renaming itself `Net4' instead of Net4India. "Our new master brand, Net4, is part of our strategy to graduate to solution orientation. Our clients utilise more than one service from us, therefore Net4 shall be the parent identity for all our services and solution heads," Mr Jasjit Sawhney, CEO of the company, said in a statement.

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