May 24, 2019
Headlines of the Day
- COAI Asks Government To Cut SUC, Licence Fee, USOF Contribution
- India Needs Smart Laws To Run Smart Cities, Say Experts
- TRAI To Meet Telecom Companies’ CEOs On Thursday To Seek Inputs On FY20 Agenda
- COAI Objects to Defamatory Depiction Of Cellphones In “2.0”
- Jio Deal In Danger If Land Parcel Denied As Security By DoT: RCom To SC
- RCom And Jio Spectrum Trading Deal In Jeopardy As DoT Refuses To Accept Land Parcel As Security
- OTT Platforms Not Subject To Fresh Norms, Not Comparable To Telcos: Forum
- Telcos Owe Rs 245 Bn As Spectrum Fee In 2019; Voda Idea To Pay Rs 122 Bn
- Asset Sale To Jio At Risk From Govt’s Rs 29-Bn Demand, RCom Tells SC
- Airtel, Vodafone Idea Boost Revenue In Metros During September: Report
- RCom Needs To Give Bank Guarantee Before Spectrum Sale – What Centre Told Supreme Court
- AAI Acquires 8 Mobile ATC Towers For Small Airports
- Bharti Airtel Sets Africa IPO In Motion, Appoints These 8 Global Bankers; Shares Jump 3%
- Reliance Jio Top Telco In Terms Of Adjusted Gross Revenue In September Quarter
- Aircel-Maxis Case: CBI Informs Delhi Court It Has Procured Sanction To Prosecute Chidambaram
- Why Vodafone Idea’s Sensible Plea Didn’t Make Any Sense To Investors
- Centre Moves SC Seeking Rs 2,940 Crore RCom Bank Guarantee Over Spectrum
- India Set To Miss 2018-19 Fiscal Deficit Target: India Ratings
- BSNL Testing 4G Services In Various Towns Of Gujarat, Offers Free 4G SIM Upgrade And 2GB Data
- Vodafone Idea Integrating 5G Elements In Pre-Existing 4G Network
- Telecom Department Eyes Reverse Auction To Meet Fiscal Needs
- Airtel, Voda Idea Wean Off Double SIM Users By Upping Least Recharge Tariff
- India’s Two Largest Telecom Operators Not Willing To Invest In 5G
- Bharti Airtel Rating ‘Buy’: Revenues To Grow From Q3, Says Company
- Procurement Quota: Two Tenders On The Anvil For ITIL’s Participation, Says BSNL Chief
- Jio GigaFiber Said To Launch In 29 Cities First: Here’s The Full List
- Telecom Trouble: Spectrum Usage Charge Or Surely Unjustified Charge?
- Vodafone Idea Favours Chinese Vendors Over European Providers For 4G Expansion
- RIL Arm Sets Up Jio Estonia For Software Development
- Broadband Subscriber Base At 463.6 Million In August-End: DoT
- Jio Tops Chart In Terms Of AGR In September Quarter: TRAI Data
- Airtel Completes Tender Offer To Buyback $1.5 Billion Debt
- Vodafone Idea Inks 4G Network Pacts Worth $1.4 Bn; Huawei, ZTE Emerge As Major Gainers At Nokia Expense
- Low On OpEx, High On Benefits: Vodafone Idea Readies To Fight Rivals
- Fortinet Helps Partners To Improve Security Of Their Network At Its SAARC PartnerSync 2019
- Sony Confirms Its Plans To Exit The Smartphone Market In India, Canada, And More
- After US Muscle Flexing, Flex Halts Shipments To Huawei
- Fierce Competition From Chinese Players Forces Sony Mobile To Exit India
- Microsoft Surface: Now Easy To Own With EMIs
- Bids In Germany’s 5G Auction Already Top 6 Billion Euros
- BT To Give Greater Network Access To Rivals Under New Ofcom Plan
- Amazon Is Working On A Device That Can Read Human Emotions
- Australia’s TPG Telecom Challenges Block On $10 Billion Merger With Vodafone JV
- UK’s IQE Flags Possible Order Delays From Huawei Ban
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