May 23, 2019
Headlines of the Day
- Beware! Twitter May Limit The Visibility Of Your Tweets
- Vodafone India’s FY18 Operating Profit at Rs 98 Bn, Data Traffic Up 4 Times
- Nick Read To Head Vodafone After Vittorio Colao Quits This October
- SAP Signs MoU with BSNL To Boost Sale of GST Software In Rural India
- Indian Court Admits Ericsson’s Plea Against RCom
- TRAI Asks Telcos For All India Tariff Data To Expand Plan-Comparison Site
- Telcos See Little Revenue Potential In Domestic In-Flight Services
- Why President Kovind Bets On Mobile Phones, Internet, Digital Payments For Pushing Services, Startups
- Airtel Grows Bigger With Over 330 Million Customers, Completes Telenor Acquisition
- Idea Vodafone May Face Conflict of Interest in Telecom Tower Deal
- Reliance Jio Moves SC Against Delhi HC Breather to Bharti Airtel Over IPL Ad Campaign
- DoT okays Airtel-Telenor Merger; Here is How the Deal Unfolded
- IT Services: Q4 Results Do Not Suggest a Turnaround
- Jio Rs 199 postpaid plan vs Airtel Rs 399 vs Vodafone Rs 399 vs Idea Rs 389: Which one is the best pick?
- DoT Approves Merger of Bharti Airtel and Telenor India
- Apple Watch Series 3 LTE: Know Price, Features, And Airtel, Jio Offers
- How Reliance Jio’s new 199 Plan Could Spark Tariff War: Experts Speak
- Walmart-Flipkart deal: I-T To Seek Share Purchase Pact To Fix Tax Liability
- Infratel-Indus Mega Tower Merger Unlikely To Hit Jobs: Bharti Official
- Moody’s Bets On India’s Compelling GDP! Says, Flipkart’s Stake Acquisition ‘Credit Positive’ For Walmart
- Apple Watch: Jio Claims Bharti violating Licence Conditions
- Paytm May Process Rs 600 Bn In Monthly Bank Transfers By End Of This Year
- WhatsApp Admin Alert!
- Reliance Jio Files Complaint Against Airtel Over Apple Watch eSim Service
- Reliance Jio Tariff Pulls Down Shares Of Telecom Companies
- Move to Privatize MTNL, a Warning to BSNL
- 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
- 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
- Nasscom Seeks Stability, Comprehensive Data Strategy From The New Govt
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