Telecom

TRAI changes norms for submission of accounts by service providers

As per the statement released by the telecom regulator, separate reports for services like tower business, dark fibre and cable landing station has been done away...

TRAI changes norms for submission of accounts by service providers

Telstra arm Ooyala sets up office in India, to hire 100

Ooyala, the digital video publishing arm of Australian telecom operator Telstra, has set up its first office in the country for which it plans to hire over 100 employees by next year.

Telstra arm Ooyala sets up office in India, to hire 100

Call drops: Trai to firm ‘position’ in 2 weeks to help public

As mobile users continue to grapple with call drops, telecom regulator Trai today said current norms are "inefficient" to provide any relief to consumers.

Call drops: Trai to firm ‘position’ in 2 weeks to help public

Vodafone gives a thumbs-up to govt’s spectrum initiatives

The process of spectrum harmonisation is also going on, which will offer additional airwaves.

Vodafone gives a thumbs-up to govt’s spectrum initiatives

No evidence to link mobile tower emission to human health: Experts

A background paper on EMF emissions from mobile towers launched by Union Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad Telecom experts and doctors, in a joint conference on ‘Electromagnetic Emissions in Mobile Telephony and its Heal

Telecom is an important enabler for Digital India

Shouldn’t telecom be treated as an essential service like power?

Telenor ups the ante on network quality

Getting good telecom network coverage everywhere has been one of the pressing problems faced by Indian mobile subscribers...

Telenor ups the ante on network quality

Open to idea of separate mechanism for broadcasting cases: Arun Jaitley

Government is open to the proposal of creating separate dispute resolution mechanisms for broadcasting and telecom sectors, Union Minister Arun Jaitley said today.

Open to idea of separate mechanism for broadcasting cases: Arun Jaitley

Telcos paid Rs 6-crore penalty to Trai in a year

Telecom operators paid a total penalty of around Rs 6 crore during July 2014-June 2015 to regulator Trai for violation of service quality norms.

Telcos paid Rs 6-crore penalty to Trai in a year

Top telcos may skip bid for 700 Mhz spectrum: Fitch

Given the high base price that has been recommended by telecom regulator Trai for the 700 Mhz spectrum and stress on their balance sheets...

Top telcos may skip bid for 700 Mhz spectrum: Fitch

Saudi’s STC Q4 profit drops as costs outweigh revenue growth

Saudi Telecom Co (STC) reported a 20.2 percent fall in fourth-quarter profit on Wednesday, missing analysts' estimates as the benefits of higher revenue were wiped out by rising service costs and expenses.

Telecom operators, platforms should not control content

Nasscom software body favors differential pricing only for public interest content with regulator's approval

Telecom operators, platforms should not control content

Reliance Jio Infocomm entry to consolidate Indian telecom sector: Sunil Mittal

Country's largest telecom player Bharti Enterprises Chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal today said the entry of Reliance Jio Infocomm will bring further consolidation in the telecom sector.

Telecom: India to have 9 cr 4G customers, 18 cr 4G phones by FY18, says BofA

India is expected to have 9 crore 4G subscribers and 18 crore 4G smartphones by 2018 and Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular will gain from this growth if Reliance Jio Infocomm delays the launch of its 4G services, says

Data tsunami: Forget call drops, Internet speeds the next casualty

While the telecom regulator and telcos battle it out over call drops and who is to be blamed for this, the problem is all set to get a lot worse.

Data tsunami: Forget call drops, Internet speeds the next casualty
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