Uninor Betting On Low Cost Mobile Internet Plans To Boost Revenues

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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Telecom Companies Gain From Customer Appreciation & Foreign Fund Infusions

The Telecom Segment in India is evidently heading towards prosperity owing to Customer Appreciation and Foreign Fund infusions.Select Telecom companies, who command a healthy market share, have been making some reassuring progress in the second half of this year. This boost hasn’t gone unnoticed by foreign companies and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has been pouring in, in the last couple of...
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ET launches ETTelecom, Diversifying News Into Niche Segments?

English Daily Economic Times has launched another news portal ETTelecom.com. The website will feature news primarily pertaining to the telecom sector.Owned and operated by BCCL, Economic Times (ET), an English daily with presence on the web, mobile as well as physical distribution, has chosen to accord a separate portal altogether that will publish news, articles and other insight based coverage...
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Telecom Round Up: 3G Prices Cross 10K Crore, Highest GSM Growth In Orissa

The mobile space seems to be hotting up as the 3G auctions crossed another landmark and GSM growth numbers reported seemed very encouraging. Here is a lowdown on both these fronts: 3G Auction crosses 10,000 crore mark The 3G auction bids crossed at important landmark. The bids moved up to Rs 10,748 crore after 21 days of bidding and 122 rounds since April 9th. Mumbai still leads the bids at Rs 1,816...
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TRAI To Amend SMS Termination Charges – Will SMS Charges Come Down?

Indian telecom space has made lot of buzz even internationally due to declining tariff and new price structures being introduced in the market. This time it seems TRAI is gunning after SMS to bring normality in charges.The termination charges for SMS was fixed at 10 paisa but TRAI never monitored the transactions in SMS charges which resulted in operators sending messages without paying any termination...
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