I recall that when I was working in Bangalore, India, another multinational company (I think it was Siemens but I can’t recall definitively) had to poison the vultures that consistently perched on their microwave dish to get reliable point to point. Given the complete non-regulation of spectrum out there, at least once we had another provider clash with our spectrum, forcing us to flip the dips until we found a clear one. However, when it worked, it was incredibly solid.
Chocolate bars in India were usually melted already when you bought them.
 Sometimes they would clash physically with us when they mounted extra dishes on the tower in the downtown location - as in, some guy standing on our dish to mount his.