Mobile phone service has become ubiquitous in the south Asian city of Hyderabad, as it is in many other places.
And, the Shah family’s mobile phone company is the one in Hyderabadi, the capital of India.
The Shah family has set up the mobile phone and internet service in the city of over 3 million people.
Shah, who has been in Hyderbadi since 2005, has been known to use a mobile phone as a way to communicate with friends and family.
His phone number is 765-55-5678.
The service also allows customers to call the Shahs, who are members of the Shuhadas tribe.
A local newspaper, The Hindu, reported on Sunday that the Shahbans own mobile phone was bought for Rs.1.5 million.
A family spokesman told Recode the Shah brothers had purchased the mobile device because of the fact that the company did not have the necessary equipment to operate it.
The family has also been in the business of renting out land and a house to its customers for around two years.
In January this year, the company announced it had secured a $50 million loan from the government of India and a $200 million loan by the government from the Bank of Baroda.
“The Shahbabies will have the opportunity to take advantage of this facility by making their first foray into the business,” the Shah said in a statement to the newspaper.
“We have already established a business presence in Hydera and are committed to expand.”
Shah’s family, including his wife, sisters and a nephew, are part of the Shahbhai community.
They started their mobile phone business in the 1970s.
“I have been working for the Shahhbabies since I was 13 years old and am proud to say that I have been a member of this community for almost 20 years,” the spokesman told the Hindustan Times.
“As a member, you get the benefits of my family’s business, which is not a big deal to me,” Shah said.
The spokesman said the Shah had also used the mobile telephone to talk with his uncle.
The statement did not say how the Shah was able to buy the phone.
In the past, Shah’s phone company has offered services to its subscribers in other parts of India, including Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad.
The company is also known for providing internet service to other parts, such as Kerala and Odisha.
The Hindustani Times said the family would have to pay about Rs.500 a month for the mobile service.