June 19, 2018
Headlines of the Day
June 19, 2018
- Idea Cellular Gains Over 4% on Telecom Ministry’s Likely Nod for Merger with Vodafone
- Telecom Services Q4: Industry Revenues Fell 7% Q-o-Q
- Mobile Devices to be Exempt from Testing Till Year End
- Airtel Rs 597 Pack Offers Uncapped Local, STD Calls for 168 Days to Counter Jio
- Get iPhone X for Just Rs 5599/Month
- Airtel Embroils into Controversy Over a Tweet from its Customer
- As Telecom Ministry Refers Spectrum Controversy to AG, Spotlight on 2015 Auction Case
- Chandigarh Needs Twice as Many Telecom Towers
- 5G will Arrive in India in 2020, but Stay a Niche, Premium Offering
- Reliance Jio vs Airtel vs Vodafone: Who is Offering Biggest Dhamaka?
- Kerala Government to Leverage Blockchain Technology to Streamline Supply Network
- Google Now Offers High-priority Notifications to Gmail iOS Users
- Good News for Indian IT Sector! UK Launches Review of Monthly Visa Cap to Ease Entry for Professionals
- Airtel Revises Rs 99 Prepaid Plan to Take on Jio, Offers 2GB Data
- WhatsApp Might be Working with Microsoft on New Windows App
- Xiaomi, Huawei Drive Online Smartphone Shipments in Jan-Mar
- DoT may Clear Voda-Idea Merger Today; Seeks Rs 21 Bn Bank Guarantee
- RCom Hands Over Non-Auctioned Spectrum in 1800 Mhz Band to DoT
- TRAI, BEREC Sign Memorandum on Preserving, Promoting Net Neutrality Rules
- Telcos Look to Content Experts to Drive Return to Profitability
- Airtel Rs 149 Plan Now Offers 2GB Data Per Day to Select Users
- WhatsApp Sufferes Outage Across the Globe
- DoT may Approve Merger of Vodafone, Idea Cellular in the next Few Days
- DoT Seeks Rs 21 Bn Bank Guarantee from Idea to Clear merger with Vodafone
- Aircel, Two Sister Entities Under SFIO Lens for Financial Irregularities
- AI Creates Jobs, yet Talent Crisis Remains
- Headcount at RCom Down 94% to 3,400 from Peak of 52,000 in 2008-12
- Intelenet CEO Bhupender Singh to Lead Teleperformance India Operations
- Samsung’s Foldable Smartphone Could Have Been this Before Getting Axed
- TCS Sets Up Third Delivery Centre in France with 230 Seating Capacity
- Cloud First is the Way Forward, says Melissa Di Donato
- Samsung Spent $13.6 Billion on Taxes Globally in 2017
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