April 22, 2019
Headlines of the Day
- Will Telecom Industry Continue to be the Goose that Lays the Golden Egg?
- TRAI Calls for Zero Telecom Equipment Imports by 2022
- Telcos Red-flag TRAI Norms on Pesky Calls, say Changes will Hurt Industry
- Jio, SBI Deepen Digital Partnership; Integrate SBI YONO app, MyJio Platform
- How Artificial Intelligence Can Help SMEs
- TRAI Chairman RS Sharma Defends Pesky Calls Rules, says has Mandate to Save Customers
- Airtel Shareholders Approve Merger with Tata Tele Maharashtra
- Telecom Gear Makers Applaud TRAI Recommendations to Boost Local Manufacturing of Equipment
- SC allows RCom to sell telecom assets worth Rs 181 billion to Reliance Jio
- PwC On Forthcoming Spectrum Auction
- What Next for Telecom Investors
- TRAI Contests ‘Muted Spectrum Demand’ view; says 5G, LTE will Drive Hunger for Radiowaves
- RJio GigaFiber Monthly Plans Leak Before Pre-Bookings Start: Details here
- JioPhone Tops in Indian Mobile Market in Q2; Gives Birth To ‘Fusion’ Phones
- BSNL Narrowed FY18 Loss To Rs 47.85 BN, Revenue Declines To Rs 278 BN: Govt
- Spectrum Auction: TRAI Cuts Reserve Price But Telcos Not Too Enthused
- April-June Strategy: Idea Move To Offer Non-Unlimited Plans Hits Arpu
- TRAI Suggests Rs 492 Crore per Mhz For 5G Spectrum
- TRAI Recommends Sale Of Airwaves Of Over Rs 5 TRN For 5G Auction
- No More Pink Slips. Telecom Cos Use Outplacement Firms To Help Employees Find Jobs Elsewhere
- Lower Price Of Airwaves, Don’t Delay Auction, Says TRAI
- Airtel To Take on Reliance Jio By Launching Narrowband IoT Network Soon
- JioGigaFiber Plans Surface Ahead Of Launch: Prices, Registration Details, Launch Date
- TRAI Releases Recommendations on Auction of Spectrum in 700 MHz, 800 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 2100 MHz, 2300 MHz, 2500 MHz, 3300-3400 MHz, and 3400-3600 MHz Bands
- TRAI Views on Spectrum Auction this Week: Chairman
- TRAI Makes Recommends on Spectrum Pricing for Next Auction
- Lack of Comprehensive Mobile Tower Policy Hinders Ease of Doing Business and Digital India Mission in Gujarat: TAIPA
- TRAI Notifies Directions to Measure Quality of VoLTE Services
- RCom is one of India’s Most Traded Stocks in 2018! Average Trading Volume: 11 Crore Shares a Day
- Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Achieves Yet Another Feat after beating TCS
- Call Drop: TRAI Sets New Quality Norms for 4G Networks
- Idea’s Key Operating Metrics Remain Weak; Merger with Vodafone Soon
- Bharti Airtel says Enterprise Becoming Growth Engine
- BSNL Urges Telecom Department To Clear Dues For Connectivity In Left-Wing Extremism Areas
- High-Quality Networks Offering Superior Experience : Huawei India CEO
- Realme 3 Pro Launch Highlights
- Garmin Bullish On Indian Luxury Wearable Market
- Infinix Mobile Expects Up To 60% Growth In Smartphone Sales
- Uniline Signs Agreement With Wipro For En-Strengthening Indian Armed Force’s Communication Network
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