Since there was no significant demand for the local language directories and Yellow Pages, the company would make the index bilingual, K Dwarakanath Kini, GETIT general manager, (operations) told reporters here.
Kini, who was here to release the 12th edition of Coimbatore GETIT Yellow Pages and Corporate Pages, said the company, publishing Yellow Pages in 28 cities, is bringing out five million directory copies annually, contributing to about 80 per cent of all official telephone directories in India.
Yellow Pages has over 20 million users and 72,000 advertisers, across the country, he said.
With presence in six districts in Tamil Nadu, besides Pondicherry, the company would expand its operations in Erode and Tiruchirappalli in a month's time, Kini said.
Jayakumar Ramadoss, vice-chairman, CII, Coimbatore, released the first copy of Coimbatore Yellow Pages, which has 1,880 categories and over 18,300 business listings. (Agencies)