JunoTele Allows You To Recharge Your Phone In The Middle Of A Call

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JunoTele Solutions Pvt. Ltd. has come up with a Really Real-Time Charging Platform (RRTC) that will allow mobile subscribers to recharge without interrupting their call.Additionally, the company has even come–up a Voice SMS product that allows the caller to leave a custom recorded message for the recipient. With these services, the company is planning to enter other markets that majorly offer prepaid...
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Vodafone and Disney India Partner To Launch Vodafone Games And Apps

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Vodafone and Disney India have tied up in order to provide premium Disney games and apps to its subscribers under the title, Vodafone Games and Apps. These mobile apps are both for smartphones as well as feature phones.This development comes almost 2 weeks after Gameloft tied up with Idea Cellular to provide their users both Android and Java games. Vodafone has had similar partnerships with Hungama...
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Reliance Jio Ties Up With Viom To Extend 4G Services Quicker

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Reliance Jio Infocomm has signed up with Viom Networks to further extend its 4G Coverage.After tying–up with Bharti Airtel for inter–sharing of Cell Towers and under–sea mobile broadband cable, Reliance Jio has now inked a partnership with Viom Networks, which is a Joint Venture (JV) between Tata Teleservices and SREI Infrastructure. Viom’s cell–tower network will be utilized by Reliance...
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Microsoft Offers Windows Phone OS For Free To Indian Handset Makers

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Microsoft has decided to scrap licensing fees of its Windows Phone OS for regional smartphone makers.The company won’t charge the customary ‘License Fees’ and hopes this move will boost the adoption of the Smartphone OS. What exactly has Microsoft done? The Redmond based company routinely charges anywhere between US$ 20–35 per device the Windows Phone OS is installed. The company even charged...
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Telecom User Base Crossed 922 Million Due To Rural Areas, But Urban Regions Saw Decline

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Telecom companies are collectively serving more than 922 Million subscribers in India.India’s Telecom Segment is registering gradual resurgence in terms of subscriber addition. In continuation to last month’s trend, telecom companies managed to add about 7 Million subscribers.  The subscriber base stood at 915 Million at the end of December 2013. Now it is slightly more than 922 Million indicating...
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Gameloft Partners With Idea Cellular To Offer Android and Java Games To Its Users

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Popular mobile game developer, Gameloft has announced a partnership with Idea Cellular. This partnership will allow Idea’s customers to gain access to Gameloft games for both Android and Java based phones.The company is also offering a special subscription service called Gameloft Club which will let users access games at Rs.24 per week. There is an inaugural offer which will let users get 1 bonus...
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2G And 3G Charges May Soon Converge, Paving Way For 4G?

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Data Tariffs for the last generation 2G Internet and present generation 3G could soon converge.A senior officer in Vodafone has shared that telecom companies will soon and continually raise prices for accessing 2G internet. At the same time, the tariffs for 3G internet may remain the same or may come down marginally. This will create a situation where accessing internet on 2G or 3G may turn out to...
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Vodafone Accused Of Handing Over Customer Data To British Intelligence

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British telecom giant Vodafone PLC’s Indian operations Vodafone India, has been accused by the Central Government of sharing customer data with the United Kingdom’s (UK) security agency.Telecom operator Vodafone is being held guilty of covertly sharing its subscriber data with Government Communication Headquarters (GCHQ), the national security agency of UK. The accusation comes straight from...
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Uninor Betting On Low Cost Mobile Internet Plans To Boost Revenues

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Telecom Service provider Uninor has shared that its strategy now involves boosting revenues through low cost Data Plans.Uninor, a telecom company majorly owned and operated by Norwegian telecom giant Telenor, is now realigning its strategy and Data Plans or Mobile Internet will now form a big contributing factor to its coffers, shared Morten Karlsen Sorby, the recently nominated CEO for the company, “We...
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Tata Teleservices Takes WiFi Approach To Boost Revenue

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Tata Teleservices is planning to deploy about 4000 WiFi Hotspots in 9 cities of India.To tap the growing demand of Data, Tata Teleservices, the company which operates under the Tata Docomo brand will soon have more than 4000 WiFi Hotspots established at prominent locations across 9 cities. Presently the company operates about 540 WiFi Hotspots spread across India. Why is Tata Teleservices keen on...
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