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UAE residents can now use video and voice call feature in WhatsApp
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UAE residents can now use video and voice call feature in WhatsApp

The Gulf News reported the incident after people of UAE were able to suddenly use the voice calling feature of WhatsApp.

Jio launches Bay of Bengal Gateway with design capacity of 55 Tbps
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Jio launches Bay of Bengal Gateway with design capacity of 55 Tbps

Reliance Jio announced the launch of a 8,100 km cable system, the Bay of Bengal Gateway (BBG).

Bombay HC admits Etisalat plea for winding up of telecom JV with DB group
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Bombay HC admits Etisalat plea for winding up of telecom JV with DB group

Justice S J Kathawalla passed the order earlier this week while hearing a petition filed by UAE government controlled Etisalat Mauritius Ltd, seeking to wind up the joint venture company on account of quashing of the 2G licenses by the Supreme Court and a "dysfunctional" board of directors.<br /><br />

Telecom scam fallout: Higher tariff, dented image
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Telecom scam fallout: Higher tariff, dented image

The so-called 2G scam, where suspected government corruption in the award of telecom spectrum led to the cancellation of 122 service licences across the country by the Supreme Court...

Etisalat tv streaming app brings more than 150 channels to iPad
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Etisalat tv streaming app brings more than 150 channels to iPad

Life TV on iPad and computers includes live streaming of more than 150 live TV channels. Customers can also get "rented on demand" movies.

Etisalat tv streaming app brings more than 150 channels to iPad
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Etisalat tv streaming app brings more than 150 channels to iPad

Life TV on iPad and computers includes live streaming of more than 150 live TV channels. Customers can also get "rented on demand" movies.

Why Indian telecom won't promote Apple's iPhone 5
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Why Indian telecom won't promote Apple's iPhone 5

Indian telecom operators say that not selling the iPhone is actually good business sense for them, because Apple's business proposition for operators in India's market just does not seem lucrative or viable enough.

Why Indian telecom won't promote Apple's iPhone 5
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Why Indian telecom won't promote Apple's iPhone 5

Indian telecom operators say that not selling the iPhone is actually good business sense for them, because Apple's business proposition for operators in India's market just does not seem lucrative or viable enough.

'Uncertainty in telecom market causing decline of mobile users'
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'Uncertainty in telecom market causing decline of mobile users'

The decline in the number of mobile subscribers depicts the uncertainty the telecom market is witnessing right now and calls for a concrete policy by the government to address the issue, an industry lobby said.

Poor service: Nigeria fines Airtel, Etisalat, 2 others
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Poor service: Nigeria fines Airtel, Etisalat, 2 others

The fines come for poor service, dropped calls and bad line quality in March and April

Will Voda's move lead to a new wave of tariff hikes?
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Will Voda's move lead to a new wave of tariff hikes?

The uncertainty over who wins a licence to continue operations will likely spark a shift among subscribers affected by licence cancellations to bigger players like Vodafone and Bharti Airtel.

Uninor, Sistema hail SC order allowing them to work till Sep
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Uninor, Sistema hail SC order allowing them to work till Sep

The court had earlier given 2 June as the deadline for these companies to stop operations.

We stand by our pricing math: Trai chairman
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We stand by our pricing math: Trai chairman

The chairman of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai), JS Sarma, has set the cat among the pigeons by setting a very high base price for spectrum auctions.

Uninor protest: Hundreds of employees left out in the cold
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Uninor protest: Hundreds of employees left out in the cold

Hundreds of employees of Uninor, the telecom company facing closure on 2 June, protested in Delhi today seeking that they be allowed to continue operations. However, employees of other telecom companies losing their licenses are not better off.

Can SC ruling on 2G licences be challenged under bilateral treaties?
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Can SC ruling on 2G licences be challenged under bilateral treaties?

Department of Telecommunication will seek legal opinion and views of ministries of finance and external affairs on foreign telecom firms invoking bilateral treaties to protect their investments.

Go, but don't go: Trai asks STel, Etisalat to restart ops
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Go, but don't go: Trai asks STel, Etisalat to restart ops

Should telecom companies asked to wind up their businesses be forced to restart then in the name of consumer interest?

SC rejects telco pleas: What next for foreign investors?
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SC rejects telco pleas: What next for foreign investors?

The court's decision will cause more disappointment among foreign investors, who are currently under attack from a host of measures that seem designed to make investing in India extremely taxing and difficult.

 Etisalat starts winding up Indian operations
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Etisalat starts winding up Indian operations

Etisalat said it was no longer possible for EDB to continue its telecommunications operations since there is a lack of capital and the commercial position.

Collateral damage: Etisalat's India exit cost 2,000 jobs and a legal suit
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Collateral damage: Etisalat's India exit cost 2,000 jobs and a legal suit

UAE-based telecom operator is suing the promoters of its India JV for fraud and alleged involvement in the 2G scam and is also laying off nearly 200 employees.