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51. All for a Buck - BSNL and MTNL introduce uniform OneIndia tariff
Trends and Developments - February 15, 2006
Finally, the Minister for Communications Dayanidhi Maran has had his way. His pet project –­ a "one India" tariff that assures a uniform call rate across the country – ­has become a reality. Finally, ...
52. Network Congestion - Slide in quality of service
Trends and Developments - February 15, 2006
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is currently in talks with private telecom operators regarding the possibility of jointly setting up interconnect exchanges for routing telephone calls from one network ...
53. A Big Damper - TRAI expresses concerns over lifetime validity schemes
Trends and Developments - February 15, 2006
The enthusiasm that accompanied the launch of various lifetime validity schemes by leading operators towards the end of 2005 appears to be fizzling out. The enthusiasm that accompanied the launch of ...
In a move that should hasten the rollout of rural services and help create telecom infrastructure, the government has agreed to fund private telecom companies from the Universal Service Obligation (USO) ...
55. Search for a Solution - GoM set up to resolve spectrum issue
Trends and Developments - February 15, 2006
Given how crucial spectrum is to maintain the quality of telecom services and to roll out new services, there is an urgent need for quick deci- sions and an operator-political consensus on the prickly ...
56. Tax Axe - Pre-budget proposal to streamline multiple telecom levies
Trends and Developments - February 15, 2006
In the run-up to the Budget 2006-07, the finance ministry is believed to be considering streamlining the multitiered tax structure being followed in the telecom sector. In the run-up to the Budget ...
57. Restrictions on FDI - Are they justified?
Discussion Board - February 15, 2006
Several international telecom operators have reportedly asked the government to reconsider three clauses in the foreign direct investment (FDI) norms Several international telecom operators have ...
58. Pradip Baijal, Chairman,TRAI
Face to Face - February 15, 2006
With key issues such as access deficit charge (ADC), spectrum and rural telephony still waiting to be resolved, TRAI Chairman Pradip Baijal talks at length about the regulator's role in facilitating the ...
 HFCL Infotel is proposing to raise $150 million by issuing equity shares or preference shares through global depository receipts or convertible securities. HFCL Infotel is proposing to raise ...
60. Hutchison completes BPL acquisition
Finance - February 15, 2006
Hutchison Essar has completed the acqui- sition of BPL Mobile Cellular, which holds cellular mobile licences for the Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Kerala circles. Hutchison Essar has completed the acquisition ...
 Bharti Tele Ventures Limited (BTVL) has posted a 71.14 per cent increase in its consolidated net profit at Rs 5.43 billion in the third quarter ended December 31, 2005 over the corresponding period ...
According to unconfirmed news reports, Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL) is set to offload 20 per cent stake for over $500 million to a clutch of investors, including C. Sivasankaran and Singapore state-owned ...
63. SKT and KTF register increase in profit
Finance - February 15, 2006
SK Telecom (SKT), South Korea's largest wireless operator, has reported a 25 per cent jump in its 2005 profit to $1.88 billion over the previous year, driven by higher sales of wireless data services and ...
64. TM sells 60 per cent stake in TNM
Finance - February 15, 2006
Telekom Malaysia (TM) Berhad has announced the sale of its 60 per cent stake in Telecom Networks Malawi (TNM), which yielded $24.5 million. Telekom Malaysia (TM) Berhad has announced the sale of its ...
Indonesia reportedly plans to increase its stake in PT Indosat, the country's second largest phone company, to 40.77 per cent by offering to buy shares from public stockholders. Indonesia reportedly ...
66. STL buys stake in Virgin Mobile
Finance - February 15, 2006
STL buys stake in Virgin Mobile (Singapore) Singapore Telecommunications Limited (STL), Southeast Asia's biggest phone company, has paid A$30 million ($22.5 million) through its Australian unit Optus Singapore ...
Telecom stocks gave a good return during the period February 1, 2005- February 1, 2006, though they underperformed the market. Telecom stocks gave a good return T during the period February 1, 2005February ...
68. J.R. Gupta, DoT
People - February 15, 2006
J.R. Gupta is a telecom veteran. After reading electrical engineering at Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh, where he was a gold medalist, Gupta joined the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) in ...
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