October 22, 2019
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- RCom Eyes Debt Rejig Exit With ₹13,000 Cr From RJio
- How Modi Govt Wants To Fast-Track 5G To A Gadget Near You
- Bar Anil Ambani From Leaving India, Ericsson Asks SC on RCom Payment Default; Here’s Why It May Not Happen
- Telecom Tribunal Relief For Reliance Comm
- Telecom Beyond Aadhaar
- Your Telco, Even Govt Are Suffering, Your Cheap Plans To Blame
- An RIL-Hathway Deal May Result In A Win-Win For Both Companies
- Trial of Panic Button On Mobiles Done In 47 UP Districts: Maneka Gandhi
- RCom Can Proceed With The Planned Spectrum Sale To Jio After Relief from TDSAT
- Telcos Gross Revenue Fell 10% To Rs 584 Bn In June Quarter
- After Ericsson’s Contempt Plea Against Anil Ambani, RCom Blames DoT For Its Woes
- Vodafone-Idea Stock Hits All-Time Low; More Downsides In Coming Days
- BSNL Introduces Special Tariff Vouchers With Unlimited Voice Calls, Video Calls And Extra Data
- Airtel Launches VoLTE Services Across Bengal And Sikkim
- India’s Bharti Infratel Hits Over 4-Year Low; Chart Suggests More Downside
- Airtel Acquires Technology of AuthMe ID Services
- BSNL To Introduce 4G Service In Tripura And 2 Other North East States
- Procurement of 5 L Phones To Women SHGs Put on Hold
- RIL In Talks To Buy Hathway
- For Telecom Operators, There Is A Strange Light At The End of The Tunnel
- Q2 Preview: Pain To Continue For Telecom Incumbents Due To Pressure on Revenues
- Digging Deeper: Does New Telecom Policy Justify Various Levies Imposed on Service Providers?
- RCom Seeks Another 60 Days For Repayment of Rs 550 Crore To Ericsson Citing Delay In Spectrum Sale
- Indian Telcos To Face New Wave of Financial Challenges Following DoT Probe
- BSNL 4G Service May Start Earlier Than Expected as DoT Plans To Approach Union Cabinet for Early Allocation
- DoT Awaits Legal Opinion on Creation of Ombudsman Under TRAI
- UIDAI Asks Telecom Firms To Submit Plan To Discontinue Aadhaar-Based e-KYC
- Court Grants Time To CBI For Obtaining Sanction To Prosecute Chidambaram In Aircel-Maxis Case
- ITI Files FPO Papers With Sebi
- UIDAI Gives Telcos 15 Days To Submit Plan For Aadhaar-Based eKYC Delinking
- DoT Mulls Online Allocation of Wireless Licence To Facilitate Ease of Doing Business
- Reliance Jio Has Fewer Active Users Than Vodafone, Idea
- Has Reliance Jio Beaten Vodafone, Idea In Subscriber Base?
- Telecom Tower Firms Eye BharatNet Ride To Raise Capacity
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