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CDMA auction: Sole bidder Sistema to shut shop in 3 circles
Business

CDMA auction: Sole bidder Sistema to shut shop in 3 circles

Now that Sistema's spectrum buying is over, all eyes will turn to the next course of action by DoT, which is expected to seek a Supreme Court directive on what to do with the unsold spectrum and whether to reduce price further.

2G auction over, Sistema gets 8 circles, no bids for Mumbai
Business

2G auction over, Sistema gets 8 circles, no bids for Mumbai

The second round of 2G spectrum auction for CDMA services will start today and it may last just an hour as Russian conglomerate Sistema's Indian unit SSTL is the only bidder.

2G auction over, Sistema gets 8 circles, no bids for Mumbai
News & Analysis

2G auction over, Sistema gets 8 circles, no bids for Mumbai

The second round of 2G spectrum auction for CDMA services will start today and it may last just an hour as Russian conglomerate Sistema's Indian unit SSTL is the only bidder.

Govt to mop up Rs 43k cr from spectrum sale at base price
Economy

Govt to mop up Rs 43k cr from spectrum sale at base price

The government will get Rs 43,011 crore if all the spectrum is sold at at the base price in the auction, Minister of State for Communications and IT Milind Deora said today.

Sistema to shut ops in 10 circles, gives 30-day window to users
Business

Sistema to shut ops in 10 circles, gives 30-day window to users

CDMA operator Sistema Shyam Teleservices (SSTL) today announced it will participate in the spectrum auction to be held next month and will close operations in 10 service areas after 30 days.

Vodafone challenges govt's move to auction its 900MHz spectrum
Business

Vodafone challenges govt's move to auction its 900MHz spectrum

Vodafone today said it has filed a petition in Delhi High Court challenging Telecom Department's move to put its 900 MHz spectrum to auction despite its applications for licence extension pending with the Department.

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

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.

2G: Sibal and FM are eating their cake and having it too
Business

2G: Sibal and FM are eating their cake and having it too

Why is the UPA contradicting itself on whether it wants to maximise revenue from spectrum or not?

Count, Chidu count, the difference between 40,000 cr and 380 cr
Business

Count, Chidu count, the difference between 40,000 cr and 380 cr

The government will only get Rs 376 crore from Vodafone and another Rs 2.9 crore from Bharti Airtel. In total, about Rs 380 crore.

2G auction: Delhi should be priced lower than TN
Business

2G auction: Delhi should be priced lower than TN

If the government really wants to sell remaining 2G spectrum, it may be left with no option but to lower the price in key telecom circles, sector experts have said.

Govt vs telcos: Reading between the lukewarm 2G auctions
Business

Govt vs telcos: Reading between the lukewarm 2G auctions

Telecom industry experts pointed out that the government may not mop up anything more than Rs 10,000 crore from this auction.

2G auctions: Does the govt have answers to these questions?
Business

2G auctions: Does the govt have answers to these questions?

There could be all-round confusion now in the telecom sector, with the auctions generating less than a fourth of the Government's original revenue target, here are some questions today's auction has thrown up.

Will Sun Pharma partner Telenor in India?
Business

Will Sun Pharma partner Telenor in India?

Dilip Shanghvi-led Sun Pharma, who recently debuted on the Forbes rich list, is looking to buy 26 percent stake in Telenor's Indian mobile phone operations

Delhi, Mumbai spectrum will cost a bomb - and more cash upfront
Business

Delhi, Mumbai spectrum will cost a bomb - and more cash upfront

The government's information memorandum on the 2G auction says more earnest money will have to be paid by bidders