Alcatel will roll out the products in collaboration with ICE Mobile.
The new service has been developed by Alcatel-Lucent and Aksh Optifibre, and is Indiaâ€™s first 3G-based streaming service.
Motorola iSIM platform enables a SIM card to support up to four phone numbers, without changing the SIM card.
Airtel subscribers can now listen to live prayers from places of worship in India, on their mobile.
The story portal will retell some popular Indian stories which include Tenali Raman, Panchatantra ki Kahaniyan, Vikram aur Betal and Ramayan.
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.
Apart from India, mobile TV is currently offered in South Korea, Japan, Africa, USA, Europe, China, Malaysia and Brazil, among other countries.
Both the devices, launched on the CDMA platform, come integrated with broadband mobile TV.
As the Indian telecom industry awaits the rollout of 3G services this year, will mobile TV finally get its place in the sun?
This new service by Uninor lets its subscribers listen to IPL season 3 commentary on the go, at Rs 5 per day.
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.
It witnessed a 150 per cent growth from 20 million unique users in January 2009 to 50 million unique users in January this year.
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.