February 18, 2019
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- Has Reliance Jio Beaten Vodafone, Idea In Subscriber Base?
- Telecom Tower Firms Eye BharatNet Ride To Raise Capacity
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- TR Dua And Bharat Bhatia Re-Elected By ITU-APT For Second Term
- Bharti Airtel Launches 4G Service In Over 100 TN Villages
- DigiVAARTA: Enabling Govt Dialogue With Common Man
- DoT Likely To Approach Cabinet For 4G Spectrum To BSNL, MTNL In Nov
- Airtel Starts Delivering iPhone XS And XS Max To Buyers In India
- Mukesh Ambani Firm May Find It Tough To Make Users Pay For Free Content, Says Report
- New Telecom Policy To Help Firms Cut Cost, Red Tape: Report
- Vodafone-Idea Users May Have to Get New SIMs Post Merger: Reports
- Paytm’s Parent Company Moves NCLT Against Anil Ambani’s Reliance Telecom
- Indian DoT To Audit Operators Following Revenue Plunge
- Rajiv Gandhi University Signs MoU With Reliance Jio
- Pre-Paid Mobile Connections: Hry Govt Asks TSPs To Adhere To DoT Guidelines
- Telcos May Go Back To Traditional Mode of Verification After SC’s Aadhaar Verdict
- DoT Explores Ways To Comply With Supreme Court Order
- Aadhaar, SIM Linking: Getting One Will Be Frustrating Now; Airtel, Reliance Jio, Idea Face This Problem
- Telecom Operators To Face Challenges As SC Order Stops Aadhaar-Based eKYC: DoT
- Telecom Min Blames People Obstructing Mobile Tower Installation For Call Drops
- Telecoms May Skip 5G Spectrum Auction In India: Fitch Ratings
- TRAI Conducts ‘Consumer Outreach Program (COP)’
- Extremely Happy With Aadhaar Verdict: TRAI Chairman
- New Telecom Policy Focuses on Customer, App-Driven 5G Ecosystem, Broadband For All
- Response Of ICRA – NDCP 2018
- Monetization A Significant Hurdle to Reliance Jio’s Content Strategy
- Response From IAMAI – NDCP 2018
- Infrastructure Providers 2.0 : Making India Digitally Ready
- Telcos Must Provide High Level of Consumer Satisfaction: Modi
- Anil Ambani Seeks To Sell Control of Indebted Telecom Unit
- ICRA: Wireless Subscriber Base Increases By 10.6 Million Led By Healthy Subscriber Addition By RJio; Wireless Broadband Subscriber Base Maintains Strong Growth Momentum
- Telecom Regulator To Consult Stakeholders on New Policy Goals
- Cabinet Approves NDCP-2018
- TRAI To Be Renamed As DCRAI Soon, Says Manoj Sinha
- Why Apple-Netflix Deal Hinges On Much More Than Just Strategic Fit
- Apple, Amazon, Google Mutual Funds On Anvil? Soon, Tech Giants May Enter Investment Management
- Cognizant To Pay $25 Million To Settle India Bribery Charges
- Tech Mahindra Commits To 22% Reduction In Greenhouse Gas Emissions By 2030 And 50% By 2050
- Tata Teleservices (Maha) Dec Qtr Losses Narrow To Rs 409.42 Crore
- US Is Behind China In The Marketing Of 5G, Former National Security Advisor Says
- Ericsson Says Huawei Ban Wouldn’t Deprive Europe Of 5G Equipment
- Vodafone Customers Can Now Try 5G – Here’s How It Will Make Your Phone Infinitely Better
- GSMA Calls For ‘Common And Consistent’ Security Certification For 5G In Europe
- T-Mobile And Sprint Merger Could Cost 30,000 Jobs In The US
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