January 2, 2019
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- Bharti Airtel Loses Rs 12,000 Crore In M-Cap As Jefferies Says Jio’s Postpaid Offer To Dent ARPU’s
- BSNL Needs To Focus On Customer Service To Dispel Negative Customer Perception : Manoj Sinha
- After Flipkart Deal, Walmart to Open 50 New Stores in India
- HC Modifies Interim Order Asking Airtel To Change Disclaimer Of Its IPL Commercials
- In-flight Data And Voice Connectivity: DoT, Aviation Ministry To Meet Next Week To Chart Out Framework
- WhatsApp’s ‘Black Dot’ Bug hits iPhone
- Jio Bowls Another Googly With International Calling Rates At 50 P/Min
- Mukesh Ambani’s RJio piles on Pressure With New Rs 199 Postpaid Plan
- DoT says Bharti-Telenor Deal Clearance In A Month, Sees Voda-Idea Merger Nod Before June
- DoT Seeks Clarification from TRAI on Wi-Fi Calling Service
- NITI Aayog Welcomes USD 16 bn Walmart-Flipkart deal
- Airtel Plans Paring USD 4.6 Billion of Debt in Three Years
- Had No Choice But To Sell Tower And Fibre Assets To Jio, Reliance Infratel Tells NCLAT
- Merger & Acquisitions Get A Boost: SC Junks DoT Plea on Bharti-Telenor
- To Avoid Becoming A ‘Fallen Angel’, Bharti Airtel Plans Massive Debt Cut To Protect Credit Rating
- Android P: Top Features We Wanted, What They Do And How They Will Benefit You
- With Jio Money, We Will Accelerate Digital India Mission Further, says CEO of Sodexo Benefits and Rewards Services
- Walmart is Buying Controlling Stake in Flipkart, Confirms Softbank CEO Son
- Airtel Said To Plan Africa Unit IPO In USD 4.6 Billion Debt Cut
- Vodafone Takes on Rival Deutsche Telekom, Buys Liberty Global for USD 21.8 Bn
- Ericsson-RComm Dispute: NCLT Reserves Order On Insolvency Proceedings
- Broadband India Forum Increases Operational Focus on 5G, Internet-of-Things (IoT) and Inclusivity
- TRAI Mulls Penalty On Operators Not Meeting New Quality Of Service Norms For December Quarter
- NDCP 2018 Draft Focuses on Making the Sector Financially Strong: ASSOCHAM
- RCom-GCX, PrimeTel Strengthen Partnership to Upgrade Subsea Cable System
- Call Connect: TRAI Now Bats For The Middle Way
- Airtel to Roll Out 8,000 New Sites, 4,200 Km of OFC
- GTL Infra Lenders May Sell Loans To Asset Reconstruction Companies
- TRAI Issues Draft to Tweak Interconnect Regulations
- NITI Aayog, Google Collaborate To Help AI Ecosystem Grow
- COAI Welcomes Ciena as an Associate Member
- COAI Welcomes Ciena as an Associate Member
- TRAI Issued 26 Orders For Fines On Pesky Calls In 2017
- Instagram Payments: Here’s Everything You Need To Know About New Feature
- AT&T Reports Increased LTE Coverage Area For FirstNet Subscribers
- Making LTE And 5G More Broadcast Friendly
- The President Of Microsoft Says Top Leaders At The World’s Biggest Tech Companies Meet Regularly
- Joe Lieberman Called Chinese Telecom Giant ZTE A National Security Threat
- Dominican Government Signs Multi-Million Dollar Contract With Digicel
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