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- Airtel 4G Network In 900 MHz Spectrum In Andhra Pradesh And Telangana
- Rs 42,000 Crore BharatNet Projects Face Delay, Cost Overrun
- Airtel Achieves Nearly 100 Percent Active Mobile Subscriber Base: TRAI
- Jio GigaFiber Broadband Connection Requests Received From 1400 Cities
- NCLAT To Hear Contempt Plea Against Anil Ambani On February 25
- Snap Power Connection Of Illegal Mobile Towers: Bawankule To MSEDCL
- Gartner Survey Shows 37 Percent Of Organizations Have Implemented AI In Some Form
- Losing Credibility
- No Relief To Telcos As Govt Likely To Turn Down 2-Year Moratorium Request On Payment Of Dues
- With Reliance Jio’s Bull Run, Stability In Telecom Pricing To Take Longer
- Reshuffle At India’s Telecom Infra Fund Places Spotlight On Northeast Connectivity
- NCLT Approves Merger Of Debt-Ridden Tata Teleservices With Bharti Airtel
- Cyber Expert Claims India’s 2014 General Election Was Rigged
- IESA Aims To Create Rs 1000 Crore Biz, 1 Million Jobs From Startups In 5 Years
- Apex Court Refuses To Stay TDSAT Order Rejecting TRAI Predatory Pricing Rule
- BSNL Applies For In Flight Connectivity Licence
- Has Reliance Jio Become The Largest Telecom Company In India Yet?
- Reliance Jio Users Data Consumption Falls
- Reliance Jio Set To Disrupt Telecom Tower Industry
- HC Quashes IT Department Move To Reassess Bharti Infra’s Past Income Beyond 4 Years
- Industry Opposes Karnataka’s Mobile Tower Policy
- RIL To Demerge Tower And Fibre Arms, Transfer ₹65,000 Crore of Jio’s Liabilities
- Voda Idea Seeks 2-Year Moratorium For Paying Rs 10,000 Cr Spectrum Charge
- RIL To Take On Amazon, Flipkart; Mukesh Ambani Bats For Data Localisation
- 5G Will Open Up Opportunities For Everyone In Digital Space: Telecom Secretary
- Reliance Jio Added Most Subscribers In November 2018, Followed By BSNL: TRAI
- Price War: Reliance Jio Will Not Raise Tariffs, Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea Revenues To Suffer
- As China Fights For Huawei, Should India Be Wary Of Its 5G Entry?
- Vodafone Idea Moves SC For Rs 4761 Crore Tax Refund
- BSNL Launches Bharat Fiber Broadband Service
- Telecom Stocks Under Pressure: Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea Fall Up To 7 Percent
- Mukesh Ambani Urges Modi To Take Steps Against Data Colonization By Global Corporations
- Weak Telco Financials Could Dent Bharti Infratel’s Plans; Stock Falls
- RIL Posts Record USD 1.5 Bn Profit; 10 Key Takeaways From Q3 Results
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