January 18, 2019
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- Arya Named USOF Head After BharatNet Fiasco
- Congress Alleges Big Scam In Microwave Spectrum Allocation
- DoT Defers Deadline For Testing Telecom Equipment Again
- Plea Against WhatsApp Pay: NGO Gets SC Nod To Make RBI A Party
- Telcos Added 22.80 Million Subscribers In July-September Quarter
- All Mobile Handsets To Be Registered
- BSNL Faces Huge Technical, Policy, Low Motivation Challenge
- Indian Govt Violated Telecom Spectra Allocation: Auditor
- Bharti Airtel To Give Tanzania Bigger Stake In Local Telecoms Firm
- RCom, RJio Get 3 More Weeks To Resolve Issue
- Odisha Asks Telcos To Cover 8000 Villages Lacking Mobile Connectivity
- Vodafone Idea Loses Marketing EVP To Facebook
- Government Of Andhra Pradesh Signs MoU With Adani Group
- India Needs To Adopt Middle Path On Data Protection: NITI Aayog
- This Is The Next Big Category Reliance Jio Is Aiming At
- All Spectrum Allocated Through Auction, But Will Look Into CAG Observation, Says Ravi Shankar Prasad
- Reliance Jio Set To Surpass Airtel’s India Mobile Revenue For First Time, Says Report
- BSNL Rs 1495 Broadband Plan Now Ships With 25GB Daily Data
- Say Goodbye To Mobile Phone Network Issues On Delhi Metro
- BSNL Adds To User Count, But Financials Still Shaky
- Reliance Jio, Paytm Advocate Increased Regulation Of Messages On OTT Platforms
- All Major Telcos Fail To Meet Service Quality Norms In Jun-Sep 2018
- India Saw 457 Percent Rise In Cybercrime In 5 Years: ASSOCHAM-NEC
- Chinese Companies Feel The Chill In India
- Bharti Infratel-Indus Towers Merger Likely To Complete In 1Q FY20
- Deadline For Public Comments On Draft IT Rules Extended To January 31
- Year-End Review: A Six-Fold Increase In Govt. Spending On Telecom
- RCom Deposits Rs 131 Cr Towards Ericsson Dues
- Aircel Gets ₹751-Cr Relief; SC Directs Airtel, DoT To Pay Up
- SC Asks RCom’s Anil Ambani To Appear In Contempt Case Filed By Ericsson
- ZTE Seeks Government Permission To Showcase 5G Technology
- Huawei Permitted Only For 5G Trials So Far: Telecom Secretary Aruna Sundararajan
- BSNL Employees Up In Arms
- Aircel Should Get Rs 751 Crore From Airtel And DoT: SC
- OnePlus Assured Upgrade Program For OnePlus 6T Launched In India
- Samsung, LG Top Deck To Take Online Brands, Rivals
- Cloud Revenue Is Now 50 Percent Of Microsoft India Revenue
- Avaya Appoints Sanjay Pai As Regional Sales Leader Of India
- Huawei P20 Pro, Huawei Nova 3 Now Receiving Android Pie-Based EMUI 9.0 Update In India
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