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.
AdMob's Mobile Metrics report publishes analytics data on Indian mobile web users.
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.
State Bank of India said it is focusing on mobile banking, particularly in rural areas, and will soon issue tenders for payment system gateway solutions.
The collaboration between Wall Street Journal India and Naukri.com will allow users to search for premium jobs on the WSJ website and through a soon to be released mobile application.
A Gartner study says that intense price competition in 2009 put pressure on average selling prices of major handset manufacturers.
The operator has partnered with Gemalto to bring apps and services embedded in Tata Docomo SIM cards.
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.
Neeraj Roy of Hungama writes about a new technology which allows streaming of data on memory cards.
Mid Day's new application allows readers to view files linked to stories in the paper on their mobile phones.