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Out of charge: In North Kashmir, terrorists wage a mysterious war against telecom operators

May 27, 2015

Out of charge: In North Kashmir, terrorists wage a mysterious war against telecom operators

The failure of the police to nab the attackers in these places, where they have the best intelligence networks, only deepens the mystery. #BSNL #Kashmir #Airtel #telecom operators #Baramulla #Sopore #FromTheGround #Laksar-e-Islam
Bharti Airtel is now Nigeria's second largest telecom operator

Apr 03, 2014

Bharti Airtel is now Nigeria's second largest telecom operator

Since the launch in 2010, Airtel has invested over $1.7 billion to expand network capacity and deepen quality in Nigeria. #World #India #NewsTracker #Nigeria #telecom operators #Airtel. Bharti Airtel
CAG can audit private telecom operators, rules Delhi High Court

Jan 06, 2014

CAG can audit private telecom operators, rules Delhi High Court

A bench of justices Pradeep Nandrajog and V Kameswar Rao permitted the top accounting body to conduct audit of private telecom companies under the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Act. #CAG #NewsTracker #Comptroller and Auditor General #audit #telcos #Telecom companies #Private telecom operators
Telecom operator SSTL's Q1 loss widens to Rs 643 cr

May 27, 2013

Telecom operator SSTL's Q1 loss widens to Rs 643 cr

The company had posted a net loss of Rs. 527.8 crore in the same period a year ago. #EarningsShow #spectrum #telecom operator #SSTL #Sistema ShyamTeleservices
RCom cuts free mins: Here's why other telcos may not follow suit

May 07, 2013

RCom cuts free mins: Here's why other telcos may not follow suit

Will Reliance Communications' move to get all its customers to headline tariff of 1.5 paise per second and simultaneously reduce free minutes by up to 65 percent actually generate a price war? #WhatNext #Reliance Communication #telecom operators #Pricing strategy
Telcos with 4G can now offer voice services; boost for RIL

Feb 19, 2013

Telcos with 4G can now offer voice services; boost for RIL

India will allow wireless broadband airwave holders to provide voice services if they pay an additional $306 million, a senior government official said on Monday. #PolicyWatch #4G #telecom operators #Voice
Uninor's 1cr disconnected customers can opt for number portability

Feb 18, 2013

Uninor's 1cr disconnected customers can opt for number portability

Over 1 crore Uninor customers, whose mobile phone services have been disconnected as the company shut down operations, can opt for mobile number portability service and switch to other operators, said a top government official. #TheySaidIt #DoT #telecom operators #Uninor #2G Auctions #Subscribers
Vodafone finds govt stance on spectrum sale coercive

Dec 24, 2012

Vodafone finds govt stance on spectrum sale coercive

Vodafone India has expressed concern over the government's decision to put on the block all spectrum that is currently being held by telecom operators whose licences are expiring in 2014. #Vodafone #ToWhatEffect #telecom operators #Spectrum User Charges
TRAI may fine telcos upto Rs 10 lakh for poor service

Nov 08, 2012

TRAI may fine telcos upto Rs 10 lakh for poor service

TRAI today issued an amendment in regulation in which it has made provision to impose financial disincentives on mobile phone service providers for not meeting quality of service benchmarks. #WhatNext #TRAI #telecom operators
Why falling mobile subscriber base is good for Indian telcos

Sep 17, 2012

Why falling mobile subscriber base is good for Indian telcos

The recent approach by operators to boost ARPUs is a deviation from the approach they have so long taken of adding subscribers to their network. Industry experts say that this approach can only be beneficial for the operators as well as for subscribers. #WhyNow #Average revenue per user #telecom operators #Mobile users #Mobile subscriber base #Cellphone Operators Association of India