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COAI supports minimum broadband speed of up to 2 Mbps for 4G network

Industry body COAI Wednesday said it favours minimum broadband speed of up to 2 Mbps (megabits per second) for 4G networks. Currently, the minimum broadband speed is 512 Kbps. Asked if the association was in favour of minimum broadband speed being prescribed at 2 Mbps, especially given the proliferation of 4G services in India, Cellular Operators'' Association of India (COAI) Director General Rajan Mathews told reporters: "Yes, we have supported this, on a 4G network."

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Tata Communications partners with US-based Cisco to offer multi cloud hybrid network

Reliance Industries shifts registered offices of Reliance Jio, others to Ahmedabad

Govt replaces Deepak Kashyap with HS Sohal as new BSNL Chief Vigilance Officer

COAI approaches DoT to stop sale of mobile signal boosters on e-commerce sites

Mega fund raising in telecom shows promoters' seriousness despite structural issues: COAI

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Micromax launches its budget smartphone with notch display in India

On Friday, Micromax Informatics launched its budget #iOne smartphone with notch display in India for Rs 4,999. Targeted towards new-age consumers, the device comes with 19:9 screen, a 2200mAh battery and a 5MP+5MP dual rear camera with over nine shooting modes. "Our newest #iOne Notch Display hosts a 19:9 screen that ensures more content is displayed without the edges being cut," Sunil Joon, Head Strategy, Micromax Informatics Ltd, said in a statement.

Itel launches A46 dual camera smartphone at Rs 4,999

National Conference held on need for an overhaul in legal framework for other service providers

Vodafone Idea selects HPE Solutions to manage next generation networks and services

Xiaomi to sell smartphones and accessories via vending machines in India

COAI and ETSI sign MoU for cooperation on telecom standardization

itel's next new feature-packed budget smartphone set to take on Redmi 6A

Unlimit opens R&D centre in Bengaluru for innovations in IoT

BSNL launches Bharat Fibre in A&N Islands; partners cable providers

Jivi Mobiles’ manufacturing unit in to be operational in next 3 months



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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Delhi witnessed various talents at the 8TH edition of Youth Festival

The 8th edition of Youth Festival started on February 22, 2019, is organized by Sahitya Kala Parishad and the Department of Art, Culture, and Languages, Delhi Government. The 6-day long festival will continue till February 27, 2019, at Central Park. This Youth Festival is one such big platform that showcases the rich cultural legacies of our country and more than 1200 artists are participating this year.

Sahitya Kala Parishad and Dept. of Art, Culture, and Languages, Delhi Govt organizing Youth Festival 2019

Extramarks ties up with BSNL, takes lead in Digital Education

Airtel offers seamless mobile services to Char Dham pilgrims

After bypoll fiasco, what are the options before Modi government to tackle fuel price rise?

Huawei honored with Vodafone ‘Supplier of the Decade’ award