Since Trai does not have powers to levy fines — it can only make a recommendation to this effect — the final call needs to be taken by the DCC (formerly telecom commission), which is the highest decision-making body of th
Going by the revenue growth of the last four quarters, Reliance Jio may become the top operator in the April-June period in terms of combined revenues, as the operator has gradually been increasing its NLD revenues.
With more Indians opting for the EB5 route, the delay in getting such visas is inevitable in a way, as the US grants a total of 10,000 EB5 visas annually, of which the maximum a country can get is 700.
The company has been able to improve its average revenue per user (ARPU) per month to `123 for the Q4 of FY19 on the back of introduction of minimum recharge plans and also increase in some other prepaid packs.
Indicating a strong resurgence, Bharti Airtel has for the first time beaten Reliance Jio, both in terms of data and voice usage per customer, while also narrowing the gap in average revenue per user (ARPU) in fourth quarter o
With the growth of data, OTTs have become partners of telecom operators and therefore, even the telcos are not supporting tough regulations or charging of licence fees etc. but there should be some kind of accountability for
For instance, for its post-paid users, who comprise only 5% of the total user base, Bharti has decided to gradually phase out plans with monthly rentals of less than Rs 499. Overall, it will now have only four monthly rental
Jio’s plan is that once its wireline broadband services — Jio GigaFiber — is rolled out, subscribers will be able to set their Jio mobile phones in a manner that once they are home, the voice calls will get routed throu
The ARPU of incumbent operators have plunged ever since Reliance Jio launched its services in September 2016. Consequently, the industry’s revenues which were close to Rs 1.6 lakh crore have come off sharply although custom
Going by global standards the price of Rs 492 crore per Mhz for 5G spectrum is on the higher side as the South Korean auctions which was happened just a month back had the price at Rs 130 crore per Mhz.
The state-run telecom firms have been facing financial crunch with declining revenues and rising costs over the last few years. The situation became worse this year when the firms even failed to pay February salaries on time.