• 13:11 Oct 16, 2019


Latest Operator News

Content consumption increases; voice stagnates: Informate

In July this year and October 2009 voice calls contributed 24.2 percent to the total time of 61.9 minutes and 48.7 minutes, respectively, spent on mobile phone communication by each user.

Aircel ties up with Apollo for Mobile HealthCare services

Aircel Apollo Mobile HealthCare would initially include services like Tele Medicine and Tele Triage.

Ban on bulk SMS, MMS extended till October 1

Earlier on September 22, all bulk messages were banned with immediate effect for 72 hours. On September 24, the ban was further extended till today.

Customer care via mobile web gaining traction

E business professionals in developed markets are now extending online customer service channels to mobiles for driving sales, deflecting call center costs, and improving customer satisfaction.

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3G will not take focus away from 2G VAS: OnMobile

The leading mobile VAS company says that even after the rollout of 3G services in India, it will continue to focus on 2G and 2.5G.

The telcom ring master

Under the regime of TRAI, there are 25 prepaid plans offered by a single operator in each circle, and since there are around 10 operators in each circle. It comes to around 250 plans in each circle.

MTS partners with Reebok

MTS, the mobile telephony services brand of Sistema Shyam TeleServices Ltd (SSTL), today announced its tie up with sportswear brand Reebok as part of its marketing initiative for the festive season.

97% Indians would own a mobile by 2014

A research firm says that CAGR for mobile handset subscribers in India will reach 18.6% from 2009 to 2014.

MNP: The game changer

This is the fourth time that the implementation of MNP in the country has been delayed, but it will definitely not take away the sheen from it.

TTSL launches doctor on call service

This service was first launched by Loop Mobile in association with Healthcare Magic in 2008, followed by Aircel and Reliance Communications.

TTSL overtakes BSNL in wireless subscribers

TTSL had started offering CDMA mobile services in 2005 and got permission for dual technology (GSM also) only in late 2007 and got started getting GSM spectrum in January 2008.

BSNL to enable credit card owners pay bills via mobile

State-owned telecom major BSNL, today launched a new payment service, which will enable credit card-owning customers to pay all their BSNL bills through their mobile phones.

Bharti Airtel ties up with India posts for collection of documents

DOT has set a deadline for all telecom service providers across the country to complete the validation and authentication of subscriber documents.

Unsolicited SMSs less intrusive than voice calls: TTSL

The company states that the selling media should not be blocked just because of 'glitterati' subscribers, who do not find time to put their numbers into DND registry.