June 26, 2019
Headlines of the Day
June 24, 2019
- Railways Signs MoU With RailTel Enterprises For Upgrading Signalling System
- Telecom Body Approves Fine On Airtel, Vodafone Idea
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- Chinese Banks Demand $2.1 Billion From Tycoon Anil Ambani’s Firm
- Claims Against RCom Swell To Rs 57,382 Crore
- TAIPA Concludes Its Telecom Infrastructure Development Workshop Among Local Authorities For Shaping Digital UP
- BSNL Staff Shortage Hits 14-Year High
- Vodafone Idea, Bharti Airtel Shares Under Pressure On Setback From DoT
- Educational Initiatives Ropes In Ex-Vodafone-Idea COO As Its Chief Business Officer
- Narmada Pipeline Work Damages Telecom, Internet Wires
- Airtel Africa Expects London IPO To Be Priced Between 80-100 Pence Share
- Deadline For Revised MNP Norms Extended
- Future-Proofing Indian Telecom – Content Delivery Networks
- Govt. Looking To Sell Airwaves For Rs 6 Lakh Crore
- Budget 2019: Telcos Unlikely To Get Relief
- Industry Bodies Meet Anurag Thakur To Discuss Data Protection
- CERC Allows Power Grid To Offer Towers To Telcos For BTS Installation
- 5G Reserve Price Is Too High For Telcos
- India Has The Potential To Be A 1 Trillion-Dollar Digital Economy: Ravi Shankar Prasad
- TRAI Mulls Approach To Determine Unique Mobile Subscribers Base
- Telecom Tower Industry Seeks More Relief, Priority Lending
- UP Govt. Starts Single Window Clearance For Telecom Infrastructure Rollout
- Aircel RP, Suitor In Talks With Existing Telcos For Spectrum Sale
- Airtel Augments 4G Network With LTE 2100 Technology In J&K
- Digital India Gets Praise From UN Panel For Focusing On Economic Inclusion
- How Mobiles Are Helping Widen The World Wide Web
- New Data Protection Law Finalised: Ravi Shankar Prasad
- Telecom Panel Again Defers Decision On Telcos Penalty
- Telecom Department’s Apex Body Clears Spectrum Allocation Norms For 5G Trials
- DGT Join Hands With Cisco, Accenture To Skill Youth For Digital Economy
- Share Pledge Sword Dangles Over ADAG
- India Hopes To Rake In $84 Billion From Airwaves Auction In 2019
- Govt To Take Considered View On Huawei’s Participation In 5G Trials
- OnePlus To Launch A New Phone In India
- Realme Teases Smartphone With 64MP Quad Camera Setup, To Launch First In India
- Huawei May Enter Tablet Market In India, Renders Of First Tablet Revealed
- Microsoft Underscores Its Commitment To The Indian Startup Ecosystem
- LG W Series Smartphones Launching In India On June 26
- ETSI Releases 3 New Ontology Specifications For Smart Cities, Industry 4.0 And Smart Agriculture
- SK Telecom And Deutsche Telekom Join Hands To Lead Global 5G Market
- Maximo Ibarra Resigns As KPN CEO
- Deutsche Telekom Wins SK Telecom Backing For Venture Arm; 5G Joint Venture Agreed
- Hackers Hit Global Telecom Companies In An Espionage Campaign
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