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BSNL has sought a minimum time-frame of one year before consid- ering offloading a small stake of the government's holding in the PSU.  BSNL has sought a minimum time-frame of one year before ...
Reliance Communication Ventures Limited (RCoVL) has raised $500 million through foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCBs).  Reliance Communication Ventures Limited (RCoVL) has raised $500 million ...
Idea Cellular plans to refinance its debt of Rs 40 billion in a bid to reduce its annual interest outgo.  Idea Cellular plans to refinance its debt of Rs 40 billion in a bid to reduce its annual ...
Shyam Telelink, which was in advanced stages of negotiations with Korea Telecom for sale of equity, has called off the deal due to differences over enterprise valuation. Shyam Telelink, which was in ...
Chinese equipment vendor Huawei Technologies has escaped a possible three-year ban and blacklisting by BSNL for all future tenders.  Chinese equipment vendor Huawei Technologies has escaped a ...
US-based telecom equipment maker Lucent Technologies and its French rival Alcatel have confirmed that they are discussing a potential merger of equals.  US-based telecom equipment maker Lucent ...
According to news reports, China has put a stop to VoIP telephony to protect its domestic telecom companies.  According to news reports, China has put a stop to VoIP telephony to protect its domestic ...
Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT), the country's dominant fixed line operator, is planning to stop connecting new subscribers through CDMA technology.  Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT), the country's dominant fixed ...
Internet services group Softbank has acquired Vodafone's Japanese subsidiary for Y1,750 billion ($15.1 billion) in Japan's biggest leveraged buy-out.  Internet services group Softbank has acquired ...
Telefonica, the Spanish telecommunications group, plans to buy out minority shareholders in its separately listed mobile telephony unit, in the latest move to simplify its corporate structure and cut costs. ...
China Netcom, the country's second largest fixed line operator, plans to use broadband television to boost its high speed internet subscriber base and compensate for slowing growth in its core business. ...
Aperto Networks, a developer of advanced Wi-Max base stations and subscriber units, has announced that SLT, has begun deploying and testing a Wi-Max broadband wireless solutions based on  equipment ...
Alcatel and Lucent have entered a deal to create a company with sales of 21 billion euro and a market value of 30 billion euro ($25 billion), making it second only to Cisco in the telecom equipment business. ...
Sri Lanka's Dialog Telekom, a unit of Telekom Malaysia (TM), is S reportedly allocating $150 million (RM552 million) in 2006 to expand its overall network and strengthen infrastructure.  Sri Lanka's ...
Virgin Mobile, the UK-based mobile phone operator, has report- edly accepted the cable group NTL's takeover offer valued at £962.4 million ($1.7 billion). The formal offer includes a per share offer Virgin ...
Verizon Communications, the second largest US telephone com- pany, has agreed to sell its Latin American operations for $3.7 bil- lion to Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim Helu, owner of America Movil, Latin ...
Nokia has raised its outlook for the global mobile market, estimat- ing it to grow by 15 per cent or more in 2006, which would mean shipments of about 914 million handsets. Nokia has raised its outlook ...
Sprint Nextel, the third largest US mobile carrier, is accelerat- ing the rollout of its 3G high-speed data network, to reach an estimated 190 million people by the end of 2006.  Sprint Nextel, ...
44. PCCW plans not invest heavily in 3G
News - April 15, 2006
PCCW, Hong Kong's largest fixed line operator, has said that the company will not invest heavily in 3G because of soft demand for the technology.  PCCW, Hong Kong's largest fixed line operator, ...
Etisalat has announced the successful completion of the acquisition of a 26 per cent stake in Pakistan Telecommunication Company. Etisalat has announced the successful completion of the acquisition ...
The deregulation of the telecom sector and the entry of foreign investors, particularly those with an already huge presence in the region, have reportedly fuelled growth of Bangladesh's mobile phone market. ...
Ericsson has received an order from the Malaysian company, Maxis Communications to provide a telephony softswitch solution as part of its ongoing wireline network modernisation.  Ericsson has ...
A group of British investors led by Ashmore Investment Management is expected to pay $354 million to acquire Asia Netcom, the international undersea cable unit owned by Chinese fixed line telecom operator, ...
Indonesian operator PT Telkomsel has predicted that its subscribe base will reach 35 million before the end of 2006.  Indonesian operator PT Telkomsel has predicted that its subscribe base will ...
50. Stake Shakeout - Wave of M&As following FDI hike
Trends and Developments - April 15, 2006
The telecom sector is on a major acquisition drive. The telecom sector is on a major acquisition drive. Since November 2005 alone, when the FDI hike was announced, the industry has clinched as many ...
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