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Sep 12, 2011
TRAI to step in to solve BSNL’s row with private playersBharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), the state-owned telecommunications company based out of Delhi has been sharing a frictional relationship with the private
Sep 09, 2011
2G scam loss: CBI quizzes Trai for speaking in dual toneTrai, the telecom regulator, seems to have sent two views on 2G scam losses: Zero in a covering note, and more than Rs 22,000 crore in a note to the CBI.
Sep 07, 2011
BSNL increases 3G data plansIn 3G plans, BSNL was touted as the cheapest amongst all network operators, as far as pricing is concerned, atleast.
Sep 07, 2011
New rules by TRAI to do away with telemarketing callsMany mobile and landline users have been plagued with unwanted calls and SMSs from telemarketers over a considerable period of time.
Aug 30, 2011
Dish TV aims at DTH portability with 'Dish Freedom'Dish TV has launched a new device called the ‘Dish Freedom’.
Aug 23, 2011
DoT seeks to empower TRAI, approaches ParliamentIn a bid to make TRAI a force to reckon with, the Department of Telecom has informed the Parliament of its plans to make TRAI more accountable to the government,
Aug 20, 2011
TRAI to make international call rates cheaperInternational call rates might fall soon if TRAI’s (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India) efforts bear fruit. According to a report by The Mobile
Aug 12, 2011
TRAI Sets a 20-day Deadline for Inactive SIMsTelecom Regulations Authority of India (TRAI) has slipped in a new rule about unused prepaid SIM cards with lifetime validity which states that the number will be disconnected after 20 days of inactivity.
Jul 25, 2011
Note to customers: expect higher telecom bills nowThe high-growth era in India's mobile telephony is coming to a close. All companies now want higher revenues and fewer low-paying subscribers.
Jun 23, 2011
TRAI to Implement the Do-Not-Call Registry, in AugustLast year, TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India) had introduced a new set of rules, according to which, the unending spate of telemarketing calls and SMSs would come to an end.