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Aruna Sundararajan-headed Telecom Commission to meet on May 1

The Telecom Commission is scheduled to meet on May 1 and likely to discuss in-flight connectivity, net-neutrality and method for allocating spectrum bands, E and V, which are capable of transmitting data at 1000 megabit per second. "It is on May 1," Telecom Secretary Aruna Sundararajan confirmed the meeting of the apex body of the DoT to reporters on sidelines of India Mobile Congress curtain raiser event.

TRAI unveils tariff portal for comparison of telcos' tariffs

Google's 'Files Go' app now available in Odia language

InFocus launches phone with 'dualfie' capability in India at Rs.10,999

Panasonic Eluga I7 with 18:9 display launched in India

Airtel announces plans for massive network expansion in Gujarat

Cellular Operators Association of India asks Trai to fix discrepancies in MySpeed app data

MediaTek collaborates with Microsoft to advance innovation and security

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Micromax plans to get into the business of electric vehicles

Micromax, an Indian smartphone manufacturer has plans to follow its ‘Nothing Like Anything’ catchphrase more seriously, as it seeks to shed its image as only a smartphone maker. The company reportedly has plans to get into the business of electric vehicles, which will be seen as a move to diversify its products considering its dwindle market share in the smartphone business.

Reliance Jio expected to clock Rs.516-cr net in Q4

Gionee to launch smartphones with 18:9 displays in India on April 26

Vodafone rolls out VoLTE services in Chennai

Unigroup Spreadtrum & RDA SoC platforms support Android Go Now

BRITZO launches 'Make in India' mobile phone brand iVVO

Huawei launches PowerStar solution to help reduce carbon footprint of mobile communications networks

TECNO launches another Camera Centric smartphone Camon i Sky

Infogain appoints Ayan Mukerji as new President and Chief Operating Officer

Huawei P20, P20 Pro set to launch in India on April 24



Reduce the IUC: Use pure LRIC methods to calculate interconnection charges

B K Syngal, Former CMD, VSNL

The telecom regulatory authority of India or TRAI has started the exercise of reviewing interconnection usage charge (IUC). There is always a dispute between incumbent and new operators on interconnection charges. Incumbent operators want high IUC as they have been around for a longer time and, thus, have more number of subscribers, while new operators want low IUC.

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Akai India launches new range of Inverter Air-conditioners

AKAI India has further expanded its consumer durables portfolio with the launch of three new models of Inverter Air-conditioners. In the year 2017, Akai had launched 10 AC models including window and split ACs ranging from 0.75 Ton to 2 Ton to which Akai witnessed a great demand across north India. The new models i.e. AKSI – 123ERT, AKSI – 183ERT and AKSI – 185ERT will be available in 1 ton (3 Star) &1.5 ton (3 star and 5 star). Priced between INR39,990 and INR63,990, the products will be priced competitively to provide easy availability in the Tier II and III markets along with the metros.

SC stays Reliance Infratel tower sale till April 18

UIDAI imposes fine on Airtel, Axis Bank for breaching terms and conditions

iPhone X alone generated 35% of total handset industry profits in Q4 2017

PTron announces launch of ‘Pride’ Earphones with metal shell

Infinix launches hip new blue variant of its latest Hot S3 series smartphone