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Iraq-based Kalimat Telecom has launched the country's first Wi-Max network in Baghdad. The operator, which signed a deal with Redline Communications for the provision of a Wi-Max network covering 28 Iraq-based ...
Telkom South Africa has reportedly accepted the Vodafone Group's $2.5 billion offer to acquire another 15 per cent stake in South African cellular operator Vodacom. The deal will increase Vodafone's Telkom ...
Soon after announcing a hike in spectrum usage charges for telecom operators, the Telecom Commission has also approved an increase in radio wave fees for microwave access and backbone net- works, Soon ...
29. Hard Times - Handset sales take a hit
Trends and Developments - December 15, 2008
Mid-September, as the economic downturn set in, consumer spending took a hit, creating perhaps the most difficult business climate in decades. Most business verticals felt the effects of the crisis ­ ...
30. MTC Revision - Should it be hiked or cut?
Trends and Developments - December 15, 2008
The mobile termination charge (MTC), a levy paid by the operator on whose network a call originates to the operator on whose network the call terminates, is in for a revision. However, there are dif- The ...
31. New High - Record mobile additions
Trends and Developments - December 15, 2008
The Indian telecom market continues to shine despite the gloom in almost every other sector. Even in the face of the economic slowdown, the month of October saw telecom operators adding 10.42 million The ...
32. Fixing It - DoT imposes three-year lock-in on equity sale
Trends and Developments - December 15, 2008
Over the past few months, India's apidly growing telecom sector has witnessed a number of high-profile deals. UAE-based Etisalat picked up stake in start-up operator Swan Telecom; Norwegian telecom Over ...
33. Foreign Forays - Indian telcos cash in on overseas opportunities
Trends and Developments - December 15, 2008
Building assets outside the "home" country is an accepted business strategy worldwide ­ it allows companies to hedge risks and maintain margins. Of late, the Indian telecom market for instance, has Building ...
34. Growth with 3G - Industry perspective and expectations
Trends and Developments - December 15, 2008
The Indian telecom sector, with a wireless subscriber base of over 320 million and growing exponentially, is now gearing up for the rollout of 3G networks. At the recently held 3G India Forum, The ...
35. A Good Fit - TTSL pins hopes on alliance with NTT DoCoMo
Company Stories - December 15, 2008
Just 10 days before the Mumbai attacks sent parts of the 105-year-old landmark Taj Mahal hotel up in flames, the telecom arm of the over $60 billion Tata Group, which also owns the iconic hotel, had Just ...
36. Anil Sardana, Managing Director, TTSL
Face to Face - December 15, 2008
To quote J.R.D. Tata, "Nothing worthwhile is ever achieved without deep thought and hard work." That's the value system at TTSL. How does it feel to be a pan-Indian telecom operator? To quote ...
37. BPL Mobile - Pan-Indian ambition
Company Stories - December 15, 2008
Even as the legal battle over BPL Mobile's ownership continues, the company has set itself the ambitious target of becoming the leading service provider in Mumbai as well as other metro circles. Even ...
38. Texas Instruments - Betting big on the Indian market
Company Stories - December 15, 2008
The financial crisis has done little to dampen the prospects of the Indian subsidiary of Texas-based semiconductor chipmaker Texas Instruments (TI). In fact, the company recently reiterated its The ...
39. Mobile Banking - Early days but promising prospects
Discussion Board - December 15, 2008
  The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has come out with guidelines for mobile banking. Following this, a host of mobile service providers and banks are looking to offer these services. tele.net speaks to ...
40. Dr D.K. Ghosh, CMD, ZTE Telecom India
Face to Face - December 15, 2008
A global leader in the CDMA equipment space, ZTE has made significant headway in the Indian market. A global leader in the CDMA equipment space, ZTE has made significant headway in the Indian market. ...
High court dismisses Vodafone's tax plea (India) The Bombay High Court has dismissed Vodafone's petition against the show-cause notice of the Income Tax Department seeking $1.7 billion as capital The ...
NTT DoCoMo and Tata Sons to launch open offer for 20 per cent stake in TTML Japan's NTT DoCoMo and Tata Sons have decided to launch an open offer to acquire 20 per cent of Tata Teleservices Japan's ...
RCOM raises $150 million from EDC for launch of GSM service Reliance Communications (RCOM) has received $150 million from a trade finance and promotion agency, Export Development Canada (EDC), to buy Reliance ...
RCOM under CVC scanner for underreporting revenues The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), an anti-corruption organisation of the government, has ordered an investiga- tion against some DoT The Central ...
Telenor hires Deutsche Bank to arrange funds for Unitech deal Norwegian operator Telenor has hired Deutsche Bank to advise it on alternatives to a planned rights issue, as it seeks funds for buying Norwegian ...
46. IMI Mobile acquires dx3
Finance - December 15, 2008
IMI Mobile acquires dx3 IMI Mobile, a Hyderabad-based provider of value-added services (VAS), has acquired UK-based digital content delivery services provider dx3. The deal is expected to be IMI Mobile, ...
47. Grameenphone revises IPO plan (Bangladesh)
Finance - December 15, 2008
Grameenphone revises IPO plan (Bangladesh) Due to a sharp downturn in global markets, Bangladesh's largest mobile operator, Grameenphone, has revised its initial public offering (IPO) plan. The Due ...
SingTel obtains S$1.075 billion loan (Singapore) Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) has secured S$1.075 billion in financing from a group of Asian banks. The operator has signed a five-year S$350 Singapore ...
Vodafone raises stake in Vodacom to 65 per cent (South Africa) Telkom South Africa has reportedly accepted the Vodafone Group's $2.5 billion offer to acquire another 15 per cent stake in South Telkom ...
f AA w fter growing at a over 9 per cent till August 2008, the Indian economy has itnessed a slowdown. The global economic crisis, whose effects started being felt in mid-2008, has led to plum- After ...
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