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Telecom

Over 107 Million MNP Requests Were Made In India By October 2013, Karnataka &...

Nearly 2 years after its primary introduction, wireless cellular subscribers in India are taking great advantage of MNP (Mobile Number Portability) facility. TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Of India) has recently released a report which summarizes the telecom subscription data in India....

Customer Satisfaction Should Be The Prime Motto Of Online Brands! Reflects Growth Of A...

The most valuable asset for any online brand which decide its success rate are its customer. It is important for all brands to keep their customers satisfied and make sure their queries are entertained on time. Whenever a consumer is...

6.8 Billion Mobile Subscriptions, 40% On Internet By EOF 2013 [REPORT]

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a specialized agency of United Nations (UN) is responsible for issues that concern information and communication technologies (ICT) and assists in the development and coördination of worldwide technical standards. According to new data from the 2013 edition of ‘’Measuring...

Is The Smartphone Growth Over In the U.S.? 50% Subscriptions On Non-Smartphone [Report]

The US mobile data market now contributes to 46% of the revenue in US mobile industry. It has grown 4% QoQ and 14% YoY and is now a 21$ Billion industry, which is expected to reach 90$ Billion by...

New 4G Phones Could Affect Television Signals: Will Consumers Have to Choose?

The roll-out of fast new 4G cell phones in London this July could leave millions of Brits without television broadcast service, says Mail Online. The potential problem stems from the 4G signal, which is very close in frequency to...

National Roaming To Get Cheaper – A Gala Time For the Telecom Companies In...

In 2012, Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal announced that, 2013 will be the year of free nationwide Roaming, now it looks, like that dream is progressing. Telecom Regulatory of India (TRAI) announced that the roaming charges are set to fall...

BlackBerry Impels An Economical Plan For Indian Market With Low Priced Handsets

Blackberry - previously known as Research In Motion Ltd - (BBRY)  phones dictated the work place. With their large QWERTY keypads, push emails, and strong security options, these sleek and sophisticated devices were omnipresent in the work place. But these devices...

GSM Subscriber Base In India Reached To 657.56 Million In January 2013 [Report]

In India, after TRAI's decision to chop off bogus mobile subscriber base in June last year, the number of GSM connections had continuously been declining till the end of December 2012. But it would be great news for every...

Sim Only Deals And The Evolution Of The Mobile Market !

Sim only deals are increasingly being seen as the smart alternative to the (high) fixed costs and lengthy commitment of a traditional network contract.  Indeed, sim only deals have got so popular in recent years that specialist operators like...

Facebook Advertisers Spending More On Mobile: Mobile Accounts For Over 20% Ad Spend!

It is very clear that Facebook wants to pull as many mobile users as possible to further more increase its user base. There is another study to prove this strategy. The  analysis is based on 2 million ad clicks and...

India Demonstrated Significant Growth In Broadband And Active Wireless Subscriber Base: Despite, Teledensity Dropped...

Now, disputes related to refresh 2G spectrum auction in India has got over. The government has failed to generate expected INR 400 billion from the refresh auction; they could generate just INR 94.1 billion (US$1.71 billion) from the auction.In...

Chip Manufacturers To Focus On Indian Telecom Industry: Why Does The Industry Need To...

In India, all the issues related to 2G auction bidding have finally been settled down by the telecom regulators. Of course, the auction has sparked out a discussion on another front, and more importantly, the government could not generate...

Indian Telecom Industry unsure to Retain Its Subscriber Base:But Broadband Connections seems promising

It seems that the bad days of Indian telecom sector aren't ending. The sector finds itself in period of major uncertainty after dismal refreshed 2G spectrum auction. Indian government succeeded to generate just INR 94.1 billion (US$1.71 billion) from...

Do Indian Telcos Lose Their Appetite For 2G Spectrum: The Government Could Generate Just...

On Wednesday, Norway-based telecommunication company--Telenor--emerged as the biggest bidder in India’s controversial mobile telecom 2G spectrum auctions. It's pretty-known why the refresh 2G auction was conducted by Indian regulators. In February this year, honorable Supreme Court of India cancelled...

Should Indian Telecom Vendors Target Overseas Markets: First Day 2G Auction Had Lackluster Response

As expected, first day of 2G spectrum bidding in India got lackluster response from telecom vendors. Telecom operators complaint that the starting price set for the 2G spectrum by Indian telecom regulators was quite expensive compare to 2G auction...

Indian Telecom Subscriber Base Dropped To 937.7 Million By September 30: Despite, The Month...

India is the world's second largest country in terms of mobile subscriber base, despite of this, its telecom subscriber figure is declining month-over-month. According to TRAI's new report, Indian telecom subscriber base (wireline + wireless) reached to 937.7 million at...

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