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S Korean mobile carriers eyeing more cloud gaming users

The country's three major carriers -- SK Telecom Co., KT Corp. and LG Uplus Corp. have in recent months opened up their subscription services that stream console games on smartphones to other carrier

Telcos resist differential licensing

Trai plans to introduce differential licensing via unbundling of various layers

Telecom has bright future: Outgoing Trai chief

While every sector has its share of "ups and downs" and "variations", the telecom industry has steered through the disruptive period during the pandemic.

Telcos need to pay 10 per cent of total AGR dues by Mar 31

Operational telecom operators are expected to pay Rs 12,921 crore by March 31, of which close to 80 per cent has to be paid by Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel

Centre asks telcos, ISPs to block access to banned Chinese apps

The ministry said that the step has been taken "since there is credible information that these apps are engaged in activities which are prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India.

Now, Jio subscribers can recharge others’ accounts, earn commission

Reliance Jio has launched the JioPOS Lite app on Google Play store, from where a customer can download it and start recharging the phone of any subscriber on its network. 

Cheer up! Cellular network to go robust during lockdown

The digital industry is acutely aware of this challenge and is committed to ensuring that all citizens are able to access mobile networks wherever and whenever they want.

Put COVID-19 awareness messages in place of ring tones: DoT to telecos 

Department of Telecom in an email to telecom operators on Friday asked to incorporate audio clip in the ring back tone till further orders

Competition, low tariffs led to financial stress in telecom sector: Survey 

Data price in the country came down by over 99 per cent during 2016-2019, making it among the lowest tariff in the world, according to Economic Survey

China begins developing 6G technology after launching 5G services

The Ministry has also set up a group comprising 37 experts from universities, research institutes and technology companies to promote the development of this technology.

Huawei moving rolling out 5G wireless advances while politics plays out

The US Federal Communications Commission said the rules -- to be voted on November 19 -- were part of an initiative to "safeguard the nation's communications networks."

Keeping Huawei out of 5G play will be loss to Indian operators: Chen

The company has exuded confidence that it will be given permission to participate in 5G trials in India.

Will hire more talent across verticals: Samsung India

"As we contribute to job creation, we continuously realign resources as per business priorities to make our business more robust and efficient for long-term success."

Telecom debt woes spilling into finance sector a cause of worry: ICRIER

Recent consolidations following the entry of Reliance Jio has transformed the competitive landscape of the industry.

Mobile users face heat of Adivasi-Lambada standoff in Adilabad

Customers of Airtel, BSNL and Reliance Jio purchased data packages with different validities including that for three months.

Bharti Airtel, SK Telecom tie-up to build advanced network, 5G

SK Telecom has led the development of the global mobile telecommunications industry by launching CDMA (2G), WCDMA (3G) and LTE-A (4G) for the first time in the world.

Nokia unveils digital assistant for telecom operators

Noika's first digital assistant is a combined augmented intelligence with automated learning to provide access to an extensive range of tools, documents and data sources.

Mobile Internet service shut down in Imphal

The Imphal West District Magistrate issued an order directing telecom operators to shut down mobile data service in the district immediately.

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