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PTI
New Delhi, July 11, 2011
According to Trai, in all, 105.70 lakh subscribers had submitted requests until May to different service providers under MNP, from 85.41 lakh in April.


PTI
New Delhi, April 7, 2011
According to data released by Trai, the mobile subscriber base increased to 791.38 million at the end of February, from 771.18 million in January - a growth of 2.62 per cent.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, November 30, 2010
Tata Teleservices claims it has been denied extra spectrum, even as the old GSM operators like Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Idea, have been allocated excess spectrum.


PTI
New Delhi, October 19, 2010
The new norms are likely to be announced by month-end and will link pricing of 2G spectrum with that of 3G, after the industry questioned the former's auction to be unfair.


Kushan Mitra, Manu Kaushik and Rahul Sachitanand
October 9, 2010
Will 3G and wireless broadband services change India like mobile phones did over the past decade? The answer, the telecom ecosystem tells us, is yes.


PTI
New Delhi, September 16, 2010
India added over 13.5 million new GSM mobile subscribers in August, with Bharti Airtel adding a little over two million users to achieve close to 30 per cent market share.


Kushan Mitra, Manu Kaushik and Rahul Sachitanand
September 6, 2010
The answer, the telecom ecosystem tells us, is yes. In India access to a phone service, 3G and BWA services promise millions and millions of Indians their first high-speed Internet and data experience.


www.businesstoday.in
September 2, 2008
If you have laboured over which mobile plan to choose, here’s a handy guide based on a recent Credit Suisse survey on prepaid schemes.


Kushan Mitra & K.R. Balasubramanyam
October 23, 2009
Tata DoCoMo's aggressive pricing has rocked the market. And the regulator adds to the fear factor.


Tejeesh N.S. Behl and Anusha Subramanian
April 16, 2009
A clutch of new players is marking its presence in the crowded telecom space. Although, they all are aware of of the gigantic size of the established players and know that just innovation may not work when the big players fight back, they are dreaming of getting blockbuster user bases. Tejeesh N.S. Behl and Anusha Subramanian report.


Pradip Baijal
April 16, 2009
3G services could go a long way in driving broadband penetration in India. But the challenge is to ensure that the common man can afford the services.


www.businesstoday.in
September 28, 2020
Vi, Airtel lose 59 lakh mobile users in June; Jio adds 45 lakh


Rishi Joshi and Amit Mukherjee
March 5, 2008
By turning its weaknesses into virtues, Bharti changed the telecom industry paradigm. Result: In a booming industry, it’s still ahead of the pack.


Krishna Gopalan
March 4, 2008
Nearly two years after it acquired Aircel from C. Sivasankaran, Malaysia’s Maxis Group wants to become a pan-India player, with $4 billion in investment over the next two years.


Krishna Gopalan
February 16, 2008
The big boys of Indian telecom just can’t have enough of a booming market for wireless services. That’s why they plan to pump billions in putting up more infrastructure and expanding into new areas in the fiscal year ahead. Meantime, a clutch of pretenders has ambitions of gate-crashing the Great Telecom Party.


By Amit Mukherjee
November 13, 2007
Spectrum delayed is growth denied—that may be exactly the thought running through the minds of some of the country’s biggest telecom czars, as well as the 46 promoters who have applied for new licences and spectrum.


By Krishna Gopalan
October 3, 2007
The British telecom giant gets ready to play the Indian telecom market on its own terms and under its own name.


Press Trust of India
New Delhi, August 14, 2007
The two operators have also increased local SMS rates to Rs 1.20 per message for all users, both prepaid and postpaid, from Re 1 earlier.


By Amit Mukherjee
July 16, 2007
With revenue from 'voice' falling, operators need more value-added services such as streaming video and mobile commerce to keep surging. But first they must wait for additional spectrum.


By Krishna Gopalan
July 16, 2007
Mobile phone population is clipping, but revenue isn't growing at the same pace. Until value-added services become more popular, operators will have to bank on cost cuts to grow profitably.


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