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  • Bharti Airtel

    Bharti Airtel is one of the world’s leading providers of telecommunication services with significant presence in 16 countries, representing India, Sri Lanka, and 14 countries in Africa. The company’s diversified…Read More

  • Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited

    The state-run telecom operator, BSNL claims that it has outperformed private sector rivals such as Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India, and Idea Cellular in net subscriber additions, when over 11.3 million…Read More

  • Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited

    The other state-owned telco, MTNL, operates only in Mumbai and Delhi in India, and in Mauritius, so its scale of cash flow is significantly lower than that of BSNL. The…Read More

  • Reliance Communications

    Reliance Communications (RCom) has exited the flagship wireless businesses. It has hived-off its fiber and related infrastructure assets worth of Rs 3000 crore to Reliance Jio, with 178,000 km fiber transferred…Read More

  • Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited

    Reliance Jio disrupted the telecom sector when it launched its services in September 2016, triggering a wave of consolidation in one of the world’s most crowded telecom markets. Perhaps some…Read More

  • Tata Teleservices Limited

    Tata Teleservices (TTSL and TTML) are in the process of merging their consumer mobile business (CMB) with Bharti Airtel (and Bharti Hexacom). Shareholders of Bharti Airtel have approved the merger…Read More

  • Vodafone Idea Limited

    Vodafone India and Idea Cellular, two of India’s leading operators partnered together on August 31, 2018 to form Vodafone Idea Limited, building a company of international repute, scale, and standards….Read More

  • Cabinet Approves NDCP-2018

    Cabinet Approves NDCP-2018

    September 27, 2018 was a landmark day for the Indian telecom industry. The Union Cabinet approved the National Digital Communications Policy – 2018 and re-designated the Telecom Commission as the…Read More

  • Empowering Each and Every Citizen of India

    Empowering Each and Every Citizen of India

    The draft of the National Digital Communications Policy 2018 is a bold attempt to ensure India’s transition to a digitally empowered economy and create a vibrant competitive telecom market to…Read More

  • A Continuous Journey, Not a Destination

    A Continuous Journey, Not a Destination

    Digital transformation is a state of being; it is not something with definitive beginning and ending points, but a constant state of motion. Digital transformation is more than a buzzword;…Read More

  • The IoT Predicament

    The IoT Predicament

    While telecom service providers see the big opportunity IoT offers, given the current financial health of the telecom sector they may be able to immerse in it completely only after a couple of years.

  • Ripe for Technology Disruption

    Ripe for Technology Disruption

    Stakeholders in the telecom value chain must capitalize on the potential of new age technologies and help drive transformational changes that go beyond their core business.

  • Understanding 3GPP

    Understanding 3GPP

    3GPP is becoming increasingly important as the mobile ecosystem expands beyond smartphones.

  • Nipped in the Bud?

    Nipped in the Bud?

    In the competitive telecom services scenario that has emerged over the last couple of years, the Indian market seems to be in no mood for MVNOs.

  • A New Tax Regime Ushered In

    July 1, 2017 is a defining day in India’s history of tax reforms. No country as large and complex as India has attempted a tax reform of this scale. The net impact of GST on prices of telecom products and services remains to be seen.

  • G.fast – A New Path to Ultra-Broadband

    G.fast – A New Path to Ultra-Broadband

    New innovations in G.fast and fiber-to-the-distribution-point (FTTdp) enable next-generation bandwidth coupled with a fiber-deep solution without committing to a full fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) installation.

  • 1Gbps Class Performance!

    1Gbps Class Performance!

    Gigabit LTE has the potential to accelerate 5G rollout as it is a true stepping stone to 5G. Carriers will be able to take advantage of both 4G and 5G networks with a layer of Gigabit coverage everywhere. For carriers, this means a more economical road to 5G.

  • Mobile Frauds – 2017

    Mobile frauds are areas of great concern for companies as 40–45 percent of financial transactions are done via mobile devices, and this threat is expected to grow to 60–65 percent by 2017. Credit and debit card fraud cases top the chart of cybercrimes.

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