After BSNL, state-owned Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) on Wednesday said its VRS plan has surpassed its internal estimates as more than 13,500 employees have opted for the recently-announced scheme so far
BSNL rolls out VRS, expects up to 80,000 employees to avail scheme; company will save Rs 7,000 cr in wage bill
Within days of government approving a relief package for the ailing corporation, state-owned BSNL has rolled out a voluntary retirement scheme for its employees, and said it expects 70,000-80,000 personnel to opt for it leading to savings of about Rs 7,000 crore in the wage bill
MTNL CMD Sunil Kumar says staff salaries due for 2 months, trying sincerely to release wages at earliest
Cash-strapped MTNL has not been able to pay staff wages for July and August and is making a sincere effort to release at least a portion of the dues at the earliest, a top company official said
Cash-strapped BSNL reviews outsourced functions to save cost; faces Rs 800 cr revenue-expense gap: CMD PK Purwar
Cash-strapped BSNL has started an exercise to 'streamline' outsourced functions for saving up to Rs 200 crore annually, and also hopes to rationalise power bills to derive 15 percent cost savings, a top official said on Tuesday
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) is "working on" a proposal for merger of cash-strapped BSNL and MTNL as part of efforts to revive the ailing state-owned telecom firms
See no challenge in payment of April salaries to staff: MTNL chairman and managing director PK Purwar
Crisis-ridden MTNL, whose revival package is in the works, has exuded confidence that it would not face any challenge in payment of April salaries to its 22,000 employees, as it plans to tap internal accruals and available cash
MTNL is offering its customers in Mumbai five unlimited broadband plans with download speeds of up to 2Mbps from 12am to 8am at no additional charge.
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While dues worth crores are pending against sitting and former Members of Parliament in telephone bills, their phones cannot be disconnected in the normal process as they enjoy "some immunity.
Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited, or MTNL, popular telecom services provider has now launched its latest scheme for its prepaid users.