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 $1.71 Billion From The Auction
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...
Indian Telcos Have To Carry The Government’s Cross: Bharti Airtel And Vodafone India To Pay $1 Billion And $550 Million In Surcharge Respectively
In February this year, honorable Supreme Court of India cancelled all 122 telecom licences after hearing the petition of irregularities in 2G auction held in 2008. Indian Telecom companies have always been against the move of newly proposed auction price for...
Yesterday, no any new foreign player participated in first pre-bid conference hosted by department of telecommunication in India related to 2G auction. As per the previous norm, the foreign vendors had to form a joint venture with an Indian partner...
A Big Twist To Begin In Indian Telecom Sector: Mukesh Ambani Owned RIL To Bid For Upcoming 2G Spectrum Auction
It well known that Mukesh Ambani is entering with full-fledged 4G launch into Indian telecom industry later this year. Mukesh entry has already threatened to incumbents of the telecom sectors. The competition is now going to be more intensified...
A discussion over 2G scam has persisted since a last year in India and political maneuvers are still at the pinnacle. Finally, the Supreme Court of India has given some relaxations to Telecom operators, extended the deadline for the...
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