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Telcos should support roll out of public Wi-Fi hotspots: Niti Aayog

Telecom operators need to support rollout of public wi-fi hotspots to gain edge in technology space, Niti Ayog Special Secretary Yaduvendra Mathur said Friday. "TSPs (telecom service providers) ...also need to support this move (roll out of public wifi). If you do not allow for hotspot roll out then we will be again behind the curve," Mathur said at a Broadband India Forum event. To push proliferation of wi-fi hotspots, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) had recommended that a new set of players to be called Pubic Data Office Aggregator (PDOA) should be allowed to resell Internet services through yesteryear PCO type

Telecom Regulator to seek views on net neutrality compliance soon

Sterlite Tech revamps leadership by making four new appointments

Foreign investors likely to pump in Rs 18,000 crore in Vodafone Idea rights issue

AITUC condemns 'deliberate' attempts to wind up BSNL

BSNL employee union opposes VRS, seeks 4G spectrum for telco revival

Telecom Regulator begins consultation to review terms, conditions for OSP registration

Reliance Jio's subscriber base touches 1.16 crore in Punjab

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Airtel and Cisco announce strategic alliance to bring advanced connectivity solutions to enterprise and SMB customers

Bharti Airtel (“Airtel”), India’s leading telecommunications services provider, and Cisco today announced an alliance to offer advanced networking and connectivity solutions to enterprise and SMB customers in India. India, which is the fastest growing major economy in the world, is seeing strong growth in demand for next-generation connectivity solutions. As businesses tap digitization for enhanced agility and growth, this partnership will leverage Airtel’s deep customer relationships and network

RJio consolidates its news content apps to launch JioNews app & website

RailTel turns 1600 railway stations into RailWire Wi-Fi zone

Airtel selects Ericsson for VoLTE expansion

Broadband India Forum asks Telecom regulator to do fresh valuation drill for spectrum pricing

RCom's Punit Garg resigns, to remain as non-executive director

Sahibabad station under Northern Railways gets free Wi-Fi facility

Voto announces the launch of its Smartphone VOTO V9

Samsung launches Galaxy A20 with 6.4-inch HD+ Infinity-V Super AMOLED display in India for Rs 12,490

Reliance invests Rs 700cr in Haptik to up AI play



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