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"Under such circumstances, SWAN, DC and NIC connectivity could not be implemented in the district and their functioning also disrupted,"
In India, Alcatel-Lucent will continue its focus on IP optics, software and fixed-line business as they will be complementary to its acquirer, Tim Krause said.
The combination of the Finnish and French companies could pose challenges for Ericsson in terms of a more complete product line across the mobile and fixed telecom gear segments.
“Now you can't sweep it under the carpet. No one can afford to ignore you. But the battle is not even halfway there,” said Rohin Dharmakumar.
Bharti Airtel may soon launch 4G services in Delhi as it has got the go-ahead in this regard from the Department of Telecom (DoT).
The scheme would be operational between 9 PM to 7 AM and would cover all type of connections, BSNL said in a statement.
While the Guwahati-Kolkata line was finally restored by 9 pm last night, the Shillong Guwahati lines were restored only in the morning.
"A committee has been constituted in Department of Telecommunications to examine various aspects of net neutrality.
The next-gen network is aimed at better quality broadband connectivity with the exchange migrating to Next Generation Network (NGN).
Airtel Africa has appointed former executive of MTN, Anwar Soussa, as the Managing Director for Airtel Chad with effect from May 1.
Official confirmed that arbitrators on both sides had reached an agreement on the third arbitrator, after a delay of about eight months.
All new customers who transfer money using their M-Pesa account anywhere in India will get one mobile money transaction free every month for six months.
Official confirmed that arbitrators on both sides had reached an agreement on the third arbitrator, after a delay of about eight months.
Delhi government will soon introduce modern, comfortable and pollution-free buses for commuters in the city.
Vodafone India has launched five global design outlets in Kolkata and its fringes, in its bid to boost retail presence and enhance distribution and reach in the city.
Indus Towers today said it will invest Rs 260 crore on setting up 1,000 new telecom towers in Punjab and Haryana in the current fiscal.
The Cellular Operators Association of India had requested the Department of Telecommunications to set up a coordination committee and to extend the deadline for implementing full MNP.
"I have asked my officials to call a meeting of all service providers regarding call drops faced by customers," Prasad told PTI.
Telecom Commission (TC) today decided to send back Trai proposals on spectrum sharing and trading guidelines as it seeks more clarification on certain issues.
The win comes after a multi-agency pitch that had the likes of the BBDO, FCB Ulka and incumbent agency McCann Worldgroup in the fray.
Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad discussed in detail the framework for spectrum sharing and trading with senior officials of DoT today and yesterday.
Telecom tower operator Indus Towers today said it has converted 50,000 of its cell towers to outdoors eliminating the need for air-conditioners and thereby reducing energy consumption.
Indus Towers reinforced its go-green credo by turning 50,000 of its cell sites into outdoor sites across 15 circles switching off ACs at these locations.
Today with over 670 stores, Vodafone has consolidated its position as the largest exclusive retail footprint in Rajasthan, the company said.
Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India and Idea Cellular who account for 85% of Indus Towers’ revenue, have not set the ball rolling for expansion.