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Feb 17, 2020
Airtel, Voda Idea, Tata Tele likely to pay AGR dues today; DoT unlikely to give more extension to telcos: ReportAs per the last available estimates, Airtel owes nearly Rs 35,586 crore, including licence fee and spectrum usage charges, to the government.
Nov 01, 2019
Telecom firm auditors should have insisted on making provisions for AGR instead of taking ostrich-like approachThe telecom industry, which was peeved with the one-time license fee regime that ruled the roost till 1999, is not satisfied with the strict implementation of the revenue sharing regime either
Jun 28, 2019
Spectrum auctions in India likely in second half of 2020, says Moody's; majority of telecom operators under huge debtSale of spectrum in 2019 is unlikely, especially given the telcos' request to the government to restructure their existing spectrum debt
May 07, 2019
Bharti Airtel Q4 net profit up 29% to Rs 107 cr on exceptional gains; Africa business helps offset loss in IndiaThis is the first rise in profit after several quarters for Bharti Airtel
Mar 30, 2018
TRAI considers another consultation paper on regulating OTT apps such as WhatsApp, Skype and othersAs part of the consultation paper, Trai will invite inputs and feedback from the stakeholders across the telecommunication and technology industry.
Jul 21, 2017
Reliance Industries rattles Bharti Airtel, Idea Cellular, Vodafone again by unveiling 'free' 4G phoneReliance sees the new handset, named JioPhone, allowing it to target country's entire telecom user base.
Jun 21, 2017
Sunil Mittal, Anil Ambani, other telco heads to meet minister Manoj Sinha to discuss stress in sectorThe meeting comes just days after an inter-ministerial group held a dialogue with all telecom companies on the industry's financial stress and measures that can be taken to ease the situation.
Sep 02, 2016
Reliance Jio's disruptive pricing prompts analysts to slash target price of listed telecom playersIdea shares were down nearly 3 percent in early trading, while India's largest wireless player Airtel slid less than a percent