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Nokia shareholders approve Microsoft deal

Nov 20, 2013

Nokia shareholders approve Microsoft deal

The vote came at the end of a five-hour extraordinary meeting of shareholders on Tuesday called by the Finnish phone maker that has seen its global market share shrink as it battles stiff competition from Apple and Google Inc. in the lucrative smartphone trade. #Apple Inc. #Nokia #Google #smartphones #Technology #Microsoft #Mobile telephony #Helsinki Stock Exchange #Microsoft Inc
New telcos cry foul over Trai's massive base price cut

Sep 10, 2013

New telcos cry foul over Trai's massive base price cut

Telecos which had lost licenses earlier and had no option but to participate in November 2012 auctions to stay in business are not happy with the TRAI's decision to reduce auction base price. They say that instead of helping smaller telecom aspirants find their feet in a fiercely competitive market, TRAI's decision will work to their disadvantage. #Telenor #Bharti Airtel #telecom #Vodafone #GSM #Idea #TRAI #spectrum #Videocon #Sistema Shyam TeleServices #Mobile telephony #telecommunications #CDMA
Sistema to concentrate on getting more data customers

Aug 26, 2013

Sistema to concentrate on getting more data customers

It has not given up its ambition of growing its voice business through an acquisition in India but will not make any moves unless the government clarifies and formalises rules for mergers and acquisitions in the telecom industry. #2G #telecom #MTS #Mobile telephony #Sistema Shyam
RIL applies for licence to offer mobile telephony services

Aug 23, 2013

RIL applies for licence to offer mobile telephony services

The company's move came three days after DoT issued migration guidelines for Unified Licence under which Internet service providers (ISP) such as Reliance Jio Infocomm that have Broadband Wireless Access spectrum can offer mobile telephony service by paying an extra fee of Rs 1,658.57 crore. #Reliance Industries #CompanyWatch #RIL #Mobile telephony #Unified Licence
Mobiles vs drinking water: The great Indian growth story

Jan 06, 2013

Mobiles vs drinking water: The great Indian growth story

While the fundamental right to water is an established law and recognised by the Supreme Court of India, it is not something that has a clear framework in place. #ThatsJustWrong #Census 2011 #Mobile telephony #Business Standard #Drinking water

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Mobiles vs drinking water: The great Indian growth story

Jul 09, 2014

Rumours of the landline's demise have been greatly exaggerated

There has been a lot of debate about the 'steady decline' of fixed line telephony. On one level, it is hard to argue with the statistics. Between 2004 and 2014, the revenue we generated from our fixed line services fell by almost a third. This has no...
Mobiles vs drinking water: The great Indian growth story

Jul 08, 2014

TextNow’s VoIP-only mobile phones can now swap calls between Wi-Fi and cellular

We’re still a long way from replacing our traditional 2G networks with all-IP voice calling services , but mobile VoIP pioneer TextNow got a little closer this week. The virtual mobile carrier released an update to its Android phone software that all...
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