The trend clearly shows that metros and larger cities have reached a saturation point and maximum revenues for the telecom sector will come from smaller towns and rural areas in the coming times.
The new service comes in three plans - Rs 499 with 1.3 GB free download, Rs 3999 with 15 GB free download and Rs 5999 with 25 GB free download.
Mobee provides full access to emails via SMS and works with all mails such as Outlook, Gmail and Yahoo on all handsets.
Diamond Comics, the publisher of comic books based on characters such as Chacha Chaudhary, Billoo, Pinky, Phantom and Shaktimaan, has entered into a special arrangement with Rediff.com to make available its content on mobile phones.
Spokn will be a bridge between public telephone networks and VoIP (voice over internet protocol) services.
The service provider will have a pan India presence by December 2009 after the commencement of its operations in these two circles.
The virtual store will offer free applications for users, including the ones meant for the Indian market such as MyPlay, Moneycontrol, Mundu Radio and Arrowmatics.
The state run telecom operator has finally joined the price war by offering two new low cost plans for voice and 3G. BSNL subscribers will be charged at one paisa per second for voice calls.
The service provider has tied up with Corporation Bank and Paymate to launch 'Green Money Transfer', a person to person money transfer service via mobile phones.
As per the partnership, Nokia will offer content available at ITC's e-Choupal network to Nokia Life Tools' customers. The content would initially be provided in UP, MP, Maharashtra and Rajasthan.
The service provider has cut tariffs from Rs 5 to Re 1 per MMS for a limited period for Delhi and NCR subscribers.
The Reliance Communications subsidiary has gained exclusive rights to market and distribute Coolpad dual mode smartphones in India.
The service provider had earlier introduced this service in 2004 across Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra, Goa and Pondicherry.
According to TRAI, India reached 509 million telephone subscribers in September, up three per cent from August. The government has pre-achieved its target for 2010.
The company has identified three call patterns based on duration. For short duration calls, it is offering a tariff of one paisa per second.