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The subscriber base of Bangladesh's leading mobile phone company GrameenPhone has increased by a record 55 per cent in the first six months of 2006 to touch 8.5 million.  The subscriber base of ...
A group of telecom companies including NEC Corporation, NEC Electronics Corporation, Matsushita Electric Industrial Company, Panasonic Mobile Communications and Texas Instruments will form a 3G mobile ...
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) has registered a decline in its quarterly earnings, mainly on account of fixed line cancellations and high investment costs.  Nippon Telegraph and Telephone ...
Eicsson AB, the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer, has reportedly sued Samsung Electronics, accusing it of infringing 11 patents.  Eicsson AB, the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer, ...
Singapore Telecommunication, Southeast Asia's largest telephone company, has reported first quarter profits of S$840 million in the quarter ended June 2006. Singapore Telecommunication, Southeast ...
Softbank Corporation is planning to team up with Tokai Corporation, a Shizuoka-based energy and telecom firm, in a wide area of business activities including mobile phone operations. Softbank Corporation ...
57. Growth Trends - TRAI report on telecom service performance
Trends and Developments - August 15, 2006
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has recently released a report on "Indian Telecom Services Performance Indicators for the period January-March 2006".  The Telecom Regulatory Authority ...
58. Surviving the Odds - ISPs look for ways to stay afloat
Trends and Developments - August 15, 2006
The beleaguered paging operators have long since migrated to the more lucrative BPO segment.  The beleaguered paging operators have long since migrated to the more lucrative BPO segment. Now, ...
59. Age of Convergence - Need for service and technology neutrality
Trends and Developments - August 15, 2006
The telecom sector in India has witnessed tremendous growth.  The telecom sector in India has witnessed tremendous growth. The rapid pace of technology, the globalisation of commerce and the issues ...
For decades, Indians lived in the nightmare world of having to wait years for a fixed line phone.  For decades, Indians lived in the nightmare world of having to wait years for a fixed line phone. ...
61. Bharti - Reliance and BSNL lose share, Bharti and Tata make gains
Trends and Developments - August 15, 2006
The next few pages analyse market share and growth trends in the Indian wireless market during the April-July 2006 period.  The next few pages analyse market share and growth trends in the Indian ...
62. No Change - CDMA and GSM maintain market share
Trends and Developments - August 15, 2006
Here is a brief analysis of CDMA and GSM market share trends, at he national and state levels for the April-July 2006 period.  Here is a brief analysis of CDMA and GSM market share trends, at ...
63. Variable Growth - Highest in category C, lowest in metros
Trends and Developments - August 15, 2006
The subscriber growth in the Indian wireless market varied widely from state to state during the April-July 2006 period.  The subscriber growth in the Indian wireless market varied widely from ...
The sharing of passive telecom infrastructure by telecom operators is increasingly being seen as a move to save resources, which can be used to finance further rollouts, lower the cost per operator and ...
65. Nripendra Misra, Chairman, TRAI
Face to Face - August 15, 2006
Nripendra Misra recently took over as chairman of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI). Nripendra Misra recently took over as chairman of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India ...
Bharti Airtel continued to show sequential improvement in profitability.  Bharti Airtel continued to show B sequential improvement in profitability. The company recently announced its first quarter ...
67. FIPB approves FDI hike in Hutchison Essar
Finance - August 15, 2006
 The Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) has approved a hike in FDI in Hutchison Essar Limited (HEL) to about 68 per cent from the earlier 49 per cent. The Foreign Investment Promotion Board ...
The Essar Group-owned BPL Mobile has called off its proposed sale to HEL. The Essar Group-owned BPL Mobile has called off its proposed sale to HEL. HEL had made a written offer to Essar and the allied ...
69. Bharti Airtel reports quarterly results
Finance - August 15, 2006
Bharti Airtel reports quarterly results Bharti Airtel's net profit for the quarter ended June 30, 2006 has grown by 48 per cent to Rs 7.5 billion over the corresponding quarter last year.  Bharti ...
70. TTML reduces net loss
Finance - August 15, 2006
Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) Limited (TTML) has posted a net loss of Rs 1.12 billion in April-June 2006, which is 12 per cent lower than the Rs 1.27 billion loss recorded during the April-June ...
71. Alcatel-Lucent merger cleared
Finance - August 15, 2006
European Commission regulators have cleared the proposed $13.4 billion merger between French telecom equipment maker Alcatel and Lucent Technologies.  European Commission regulators have cleared ...
72. PCCW rejects bids for its assets
Finance - August 15, 2006
Hong Kong's dominant telecom company, has rejected two $7 billion-plus offers made by private US equity firm TPG Newbridge and Australia's Macquarie Bank for its core media and telecom assets. PCCW, ...
The Taiwanese government has decided to delay selling a part of its stake in Chunghwa Telecom. The Taiwanese government has decided to delay selling a part of its stake in Chunghwa Telecom. The finance ...
Dialog Telekom Limited (DTL) and its subsidiary, Dialog Broadband Networks, have recorded a combined net profit of Rs 4.93 billion in January-June 2006. Dialog Telekom Limited (DTL) and its subsidiary, ...
75. Globe Telecom reports half-year results
Finance - August 15, 2006
 The Philippines' second largest telecom firm, Globe Telecom, has recorded a 37 per cent rise in its January-June 2006 net profits due to an increase in its mobile subscriber base and a decrease ...
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