August 19, 2019
Headlines of the Day
- Aadhaar: Are UIDAI And DoT Misleading Mobile Users on SC Order?
- DoT Asks TRAI For Recommendations on New Framework To Boost OSPs
- Huawei Brings In A Fully Connected Era of Communication At IMC 2018
- After Supreme Court Order, Confusion Over Telecom Service Providers Deleting Aadhaar Data
- Govt Frees A Set Of Spectrum For WiFi, 5G In 5 GHz Band From Licence
- Reliance Jio Readies Plan To Woo DTH Customers, To Take On Rivals
- NASSCOM Inks Pact With Hiroshima For Japan-India IT Corridor
- Tejas Networks Wins Rs. 111 Crore Order For Indian Navy’s Communication Network From Sterlite Technologies Limited
- Telcos Teaming Up To Give You ‘Relay Wi-Fi’ Cover
- BSNL Revamps Its FTTH Plans; Now Offers Up To 100Mbps Speeds With Up To 3.5TB Data Limits
- Most Firms Claim To Be Well-Equipped To Deal With Rising Cyberattacks: Survey
- Tata Sons Writes off Rs 28,651 Crore on Telecom Business
- From Ambani To Mittal, Top Bosses of Telcos To Attend India Mobile Congress
- Airtel Launches Google Assistant Based Digital Customer Care
- Statsguru: India Likely To Emerge As The Third-Largest Economy In The World
- Reliance Jio’s Mobility Spend May Shift To Broadband By March 2019
- Smartphone Obsession: An Average Spends More Than 90 Minutes A Day Online
- Telecom Firms Will Delete Your Aadhaar Data, If You Do This: Details Inside
- Reliance Jio Seen Overtaking Vodafone Idea, Airtel To Become India’s Largest Telecom Firm By 2018-End
- Mobile Internet Services Suspended In Srinagar After Encounter
- Fastest 4G: Reliance Jio Beats Airtel, Vodafone, Idea To Clock Highest Speed In H1 FY19
- DoT To Allow Data Service Initially Under In-Flight Connectivity
- TRAI Seeks Views on Charges For Accessing Submarine Cable Bandwidth
- Aadhaar For e-KYC Optional In Cities; Its The Only Option In Villages
- Data Localisation: Why, Why Not
- Soon, Your Mobile SIM May Be Authenticated Through OTP
- DoT Asks MTNL To Outline Long-Term Roadmap As Part of Revival Talks: CMD
- DoT Consults Telcos To Chart Post-Aadhaar Road To Verify Customers
- Slowing Spends Cast Shadow on India’s IT Services Industry, Says Gartner
- No Stopping Reliance Jio! Mukesh Ambani Telco Posts Profit For The 3rd Quarter In A Row
- Reliance Industries Q2: Telecom, Retail Drive Healthy Results
- Aadhaar Still The ‘Most Important’ Document For Banks, Telcos
- Reliance Industries Acquires Den-Hathway, Gets 24 Million Ready Users
- Telecom Companies Need To Give 30 Day Notice To Customers Before Closing Service: Telecom Secretary Aruna Sundararajan
- Governments Look Beyond Android And iOS To Secure Devices
- Macquarie Completes Acquisition Of UK Telecoms Company Kcom
- Oppo Reno 10x Zoom Camera Maker Accuses Apple Of Stealing Dual Camera Tech In iPhones
- WhatsApp From Facebook Tag Added In Latest Beta
- Google’s Android, Undisputed Leader Of Smartphone OS
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