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Idea Cellular, country’s third largest telecom operator, Thursday said it plans to invest over Rs. 550 crores in Uttar Pradesh over the next two years to deepen its penetration and increase Internet connectivity.”In the next two years, we are committed to invest over Rs 550 crores in the state,” Idea Cellular’s Managing Director Himanshu Kapania announced at an investors’ conclave organised by the UP government in Mumbai. He said Idea’s current investment in UP stands at Rs.