June 26, 2019
Headlines of the Day
June 24, 2019
- DoT Moves Supreme Court To Seek Rs 33,000 Crore Spectrum Dues
- 100 Gbps By 2019 ! ISRO Says These 4 Satellites Will Make It Possible
- Airtel To Start Doorstep Delivery of iPhone XS And iPhone XS Max From September 28
- Free WiFi Across Bengaluru In Six Months, Says Deputy CM Parameshwara
- Reliance Jio Appoints Shyam Mardikar As Group CTO of Mobile Networks
- India Has Only A Meagre 17.4% Women Mobile Subscribers, Says DoT Data
- TRAI Rules Out Interference In Telecom Tariffs
- Heavy Job Losses of Up To 75,000 To In Telecom Sector Due To M&A, But Reliance Jio Continues To Hire Big
- Spectrum Auction For 5G Likely In Later Half of 2019: Telecom Secretary
- AAP Government Exploring Different Models To Execute Free Wi-Fi Facility In Delhi
- Airtel v/s Reliance Jio To Play Out Next In Regional Content
- Too Much Disturbance
- Jio Says Only Indian Telco To Offer iPhone eSIM Activation For Prepaid Users
- BSNL Iinks Deal With Softbank, NTT To Roll Out 5G, IoT Service
- Vodafone Idea Sends Letter To DoT Asking To Recalculate Spectrum Prices
- Telecom Has Revived, Now Among Fastest Growing Sectors : Narendra Modi
- RCom Caps Borrowing Limit To Rs 50,000 Crore
- Government Starts Selection Process For BSNL CMD Post
- Government Is Determined To Make Public WiFi A Success: Aruna Sundararajan
- Airtel, Reliance Jio And Sterlite Tech Bid For Aircel Assets, Says Report
- SC Extends Deadline By 3 Months For Aircel-Maxis Deal Probe
- Jio, Airtel Among Four Companies Bidding For Aircel’s Fibre Assets
- How Artificial Intelligence Is Already Impacting Today’s Jobs
- China Urges India To Be Fair To Chinese Telecom Firms
- Anil Ambani’s Telecom Monopoly Forecast May Be Wrong, Unless Rules Change
- Mandatory Localisation Can Stifle Innovation: Rishad Premji on Data Privacy
- Anil Ambani Says Telecom May Soon Be A Monopoly, Thanks Brother Mukesh For Support
- RCom Awaiting Final Govt Approval For Spectrum Sharing And Trading: Anil Ambani
- Vodafone Idea Ltd Plans To Renegotiate Terms With Telecom Equipment Vendors
- Indian Telcos In Stifled Condition As Spectrums Get Priced Exorbitantly
- Nasscom Launches Accelerate 10X To Mentor Deep-Tech Start-Ups
- RIL Plans To Set Up Reliance Jio Hubs In Smaller Towns
- TRAI Consultation Paper On Fiberisation Soon
- Why Tariff War In Telecom Sector Won’t End Anytime Soon
- Coolpad Plans To Invest $500 Million In India Over Next 5 Years
- LG Bets High On W-Series, Aims To Sell 1 Million Devices By December-End
- Microsoft Underscores Its Commitment To The Indian Startup Ecosystem
- Lenovo Re-Adopts Dual Brand Strategy To Revive Smartphone Sales In India
- Tech Mahindra Introduces K2, Artificially Intelligent Human Resource Humanoid
- Despite Issues, Huawei Leads The 5G Market With 50 Commercial Contracts
- US-China Trade War In 10 Dates
- U.S. Aims To Restart China Trade Talks, Will Not Accept Conditions On Tariff Use
- In Push To Replace Huawei, Rural U.S. Carriers Are Talking With Nokia And Ericsson
- Qualcomm And ZTE To Advance 5G Cloud Gaming On Live Networks
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