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- DoT Plans To Challenge Airtel-Tata Tele Merger In Supreme Court Next Month
- As Penalties Loom, How True Is Telecom’s Financial Distress Narrative?
- How To Make 5G Affordable? TRAI, DoT Must Decode It Now
- Liberalised Wi-Fi Could Trigger Over Rs 1,00,000 Crore Of Economic Activity
- NCLAT Dismisses Contempt Petition Against Anil Ambani
- DoT Orders High-Level Inquiry Into Fire Incidents In BSNL/MTNL Buildings
- TRAI Needs Be Nation’s Knowledge Czar, MeitY Not Eager
- Facing Heat, TikTok Removes 60 Lakh Clips Over Rule Violations
- RCom Lenders To Ask Ericsson To Refund Rs 580 Crore For Violation Of IBC
- WhatsApp Global Head To Visit India To Meet RBI, NPCI Officials
- Reliance Retail Outperforms, Aided By Telecom, Fuel Sales
- 5G Spectrum May Find More Buyers If Reserve Price Is Reduced
- Reliance Jio AGM On August 12: Jio GigaFiber Commercial Rollout And What Else To Expect
- Union Telecom Secretary Aruna Sundararajan Likely To Get Three-Month Extension
- Lack Of 5G Spectrum For Commercial Use May Push Up Auction Prices
- Grey Sales Of High-End Phones Causing Revenue Loss Of Rs 2500 Crore: ICEA
- DDC To Meet On July 24 To Discuss Reserve Auction Price, Penalty In Reliance Jio Interconnect Case
- As Penalties, Auctions Loom, How True Is Indian Telecom’s Financial Distress Narrative?
- Reliance Jio Signs MoU Worth Rs 626 Crore With HP Govt.
- Beneath RIL’s Steady Growth In Earnings Were Also Some Hiccups
- BSNL Executives Union Seeks Rs. 6000 Crore Bank Loan; Writes To PM
- Flyers Irked Over Local SIM Clause To Use Free Wi-Fi At Kolkata Airport
- Vodafone Idea Asked To Pay Rs 8.5 Lakh In SIM Swap Fraud
- Airtel Achieves Growth In Return On Capital Employed
- BSNL Revival: Govt. Readies Rs 74,000 Crore Plan For Bleeding Telco
- Airtel To Seek Shareholders Nod For Waiver Of Recovery Of Excess Pay To Mittal
- Reliance Mobile Operator Jio To Focus On Subscriber Numbers Not Tariffs
- 5G To Usher In Fourth Industrial Revolution
- Jio To Keep Adding Users Despite Decline In ARPU
- Make In India: Only Half Of Country’s 268 Cellphone Makers Stay Afloat
- Vodafone-Idea To Wind Down Aditya Birla Payments Bank
- Shot In Arm For BPOs: No GST On Select Services
- Mukesh Ambani Keeps Salary Capped At Rs 15 Crore For 11th Year In Row
- Brookfield To Invest Rs 25,215 Crore In RIL’s Telecom Tower Arm
- Huawei Enters Into A Distribution Partnership With Micromax To Expand Offline Retail
- Tech Mahindra Focuses On Banking, Transport, & Citizen Services To Fuel Digital Business Growth In Bangladesh
- Honor Plans To Launch New Smartphones, TV In India
- SoftBank Fund To Hire More Hands To Push India Ops
- Xiaomi Focusing On Improving Distribution And Retail Network In Punjab
- Microsoft Invests $1 Billion In OpenAI, Will Partner On Azure AI Supercomputing Technologies
- Toshiba To Rename Flash Memory Business Kioxia
- ZTE Patents An Interesting Dual Display Smartphone With No Notch
- AT&T Partners With IBM And Microsoft, Focuses On Network Capabilities
- Telefónica And Tunstall Healthcare Will Develop Projects In Spain
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