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Reliance Jio could enjoy carrier monopoly in India as Airtel and Vodafone Idea face uncertain future

India has the world’s lowest call and data tariffs in the ... and get a clearer idea of how the Indian telecom sector is where it is right now. The freebies that Reliance Jio showered customers with ... read more

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Vodafone Idea shares tumble 23% after India orders it to pay billions in dues

In recent months, executives of U.K.-headquartered Vodafone, which owns 45% of Vodafone Idea, have said that the group’s telecom business in India would “shut shop” if the government does not offer it ... read more

CCI rejects complaint of unfair biz practices against Reliance Jio, other telcos

The complainant alleged that the Indian telecom operators together decided to charge standard rate of 0.0053 US dollar for inbound calls terminating ... AGR fallout: Does Reliance Jio want Oil ... read more

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Delay in implementation of zero call connect charges to hurt service affordability: Jio

Reliance Jio Director Mahendra Nahata said that the ratio of incoming and outgoing call ... usage charges (IUC) against other networks. Speaking at Telecom Regulatory Authority of India's (Trai ... read more


Trai Keeps 6 Paise IUC Regime for Another Year: What Does it Mean for Reliance Jio Subscribers

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India ... Reliance Jio the most as it has VoLTE technology across the country for voice calling; Whereas Airtel and Vodafone Idea are still GSM operators, so they ... read more

As India’s Supreme Court pushes telecoms to pay $13 billion in AGR dues, Vodafone Idea may go out of business

In a historic ruling by the Supreme court of India, the apex court of the country ordered Airtel, Vodafone Idea, and many other telecom operators to pay fines that total up to a staggering $13 billion ... read more

No demand yet on GAIL, PowerGrid; Airtel, Voda Idea mull curative plea to stall Rs 1.47 lk cr dues on telcos

With the Supreme Court rejecting a review of its order that put Rs 1.47 lakh crore liability of past dues on telecom ... calling and dirt cheap data unleashed by richest Indian Mukesh Ambani's ... read more

Robi launches VoLTE for better services

Not only does the VoLTE provide high-quality voice ... inside an area with VoLTE coverage at the time of the call. Ever since telecom industry took off in Bangladesh about two decades ago, voice ... read more

Airtel to launch voice over WiFi service in December to tackle call drops

Making voice calls over WiFi is free using apps like WhatsApp, hike, and WeChat. The person said that for Airtel’s VoWiFI service there will be no additional charges for customers. The service ... read more

Huawei launches the king of 5G smartphones Huawei Mate 30 pro 5G in the UAE

India and China. Huawei Consumer BG is one of Huawei’s three business units and covers smartphones, PC and tablets, wearables and cloud services, etc. Huawei’s global network is built on almost 30 ... read more

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CCI rejects complaint of unfair biz practices against Reliance Jio, other telcos

The Competition Commission has dismissed a complaint against Vodafone Idea, Reliance Jio Infocomm, Airtel and Sify Technologies which alleged that they were charging higher rates for overseas inbound ... read more



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