This is the largest deployment of BlackBerry smartphones for a police department in India. The officers are not only equipped with a BlackBerry device but also a Bluetooth supported printer.
Loop Mobile vans to travel across city providing customer services and support as Loop Mobile outlets would.
Tata Teleservices has announced that it will guarantee compensation for Tata Indicom customers if the pre-determined service levels are not met.
Research firm says that South Asian countries are characterized by low mobile penetration despite several operators.
BSNL gears up to launch fixed mobile convergence services to save spectrum and facilitate better voice quality.
The offer allows free Reliance-to-Reliance calls during weekends.
The state-owned telco plans to launch urban WiMax in Kerala and Punjab by March this year and expand its rural WiMax presence.
Operator-independent CDMA phones, cost-effectiveness and lack of GSM spectrum show positive signs for CDMA growth.
MTNL has announced a 3G offer in the Mumbai circle for its postpaid and prepaid GSM customers, which entitles them to unlimited free local video calls to other MTNL customers.
It has launched with a tariff of 20p per min for local and STD. The company plans to launch its GSM services across India by the end of this financial year.
The GSM brand plans to roll-out its services in Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan circles in April using NSN network services.
Under the partnership agreement, Future Group will sell Tata Tele's GSM connections under the T24 brand name to customers visiting its retail outlets.
TRAI will seek views from the industry regarding the policy making or regulation on 4G. It expects the responses before March 15 on the same.
The company plans to have a pan-India presence by the end of this financial year. It currently has its GSM services in South India and Orissa.
The services will be launched in the Greater Noida area of Dhankot soon. It will be extended to the other parts of the region such as Bisrakh, Dadri, Jewar and Jahangirpuri April onwards.