The five newly introduced plans for Docomo's prepaid users start at Rs 5 and go up to Rs 95.
Last week, the Authority had announced its recommendations on â€˜spectrum management and licensing frameworkâ€™ and had said that operators such as Airtel, Vodafone, BSNL and MTNL, who are holding more than 6.2 MHz spectrum, are expected to pay an amount
With excess demand for spectrum in only a few circles such as Kolkata, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Orissa, the auction is likely to end early next week.
Mumbai is the next most expensive service area after Delhi as its bid stood at Rs 2,998.66 crore.
The operator has introduced services in Andhra Pradesh with a promotional tariff of half a paisa per second.
Reliance prepaid CDMA users will be able to make unlimited calls to Reliance GSM, CDMA and landline numbers.
The GSM service provider of Tata Teleservices has launched operations in Fatehabad and Hissar, completing the roll out of its services in the Haryana circle.
The service allows users to avail discounts on range between 5 per cent to 60 per cent depending on their location.
The mobile subscriber base has increased from 564 million in February to about 584 million at the end of March.
The long distance calling card which will allow users to make calls to the USA and Canada at Rs 1.99 per minute.
The company holds a pan-India unified access service license to offer mobile telephony service in each of India's 22 circles.
Vodafone repeats February performance adding maximum subscribers, while Airtel leads in market share.
An interesting trend as per a recent report by TRAI is the surge in SMS usage for both GSM and CDMA services. MOU for GSM stood at 411 mins in Dec 2009, and the CDMA MOU stood at 318 mins.
The telecom operator has launched services in Panipat, Sonipat, Rohtak and Bahadurgarh, and will cover the entire circle shortly.
The network operator became the third telco in the country to achieve this milestone.
A recently released report by TRAI reveals a constant decline in the ARPU every quarter in the past year. The GSM ARPU was Rs 144 during Oct-Dec 2009 and the CDMA ARPU was Rs 82.