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TTSL launches one paisa per second scheme for its Delhi subscr...

The CDMA brand of Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL) has launched a pre-paid voucher in the Delhi circle. The plan voucher (PV) 91 allows the subscribers to make calls, both local and STD at 1 paisa per second. Further, the PV comes with additional ..., 1 week ago
Tata Indicom Intros 1 Paisa Per Sec Call Voucher Light Reading India, 1 week ago

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The non-auctioning of the spectrum in 800 Mhz (CDMA spectrum) for EVDO services resulted in revenue loss of Rs4,187.65 crore (up front one time charge) to the Government of India , says the Comptroller and Auditor ...
 4 Traders1 week ago Govt lost Rs 4,187 cr by not auctioning EVDO spectrum: CAG  Business Standard1 week ago Mobile Communications - Spectrum Overview - Australia  MarketResearch.com1 week ago Govt expects Rs 45,471cr revenue from communication services  The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

GSM industry lobby asks telecom ministry to relax M&A norms

CDMA lobby group wants telecom minister to implement a scheme that can lower penalties for radiation norm violations retrospectively. NEW DELHI: GSM industry lobby Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) has asked the telecom ministry to relax merger & ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Auspi seeks retrospective effect for graded penalty scheme  Economic Times1 month ago

GSM, CDMA firms seek refund of unused cenvat credit in budget

Mobile phone companies operating on both GSM and CDMA platforms have urged the finance ministry to allow for refund of unused Cenvat credit in the upcoming budget. NEW DELHI: Mobile phone companies operating on both GSM and CDMA platforms have urged the ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago

Sistema Shyam turns to employees to sell products, services

Realising that every employee is a brand ambassador, Sistema Shyam TeleServices Ltd (SSTL), which provides CDMA services under the ‘MTS’ brand, has roped in every single employee to sell its servi...
 Business Line1 month ago SSTL Q1 net loss at Rs 316 cr  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

CDMA players hope wi-fi to bring life back to dongles

Analysts say CDMA companies need to get their acts together fast to capture a meaningful share of the fast-growing demand for data, and stave off competition with a new player. NEW DELHI: CDMA operators like Tata Teleservices and Sistema Shyam Teleservices ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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Tata Indicom introduces bundled offers with Alcatel J636D+ smartphone in Delhi-NCR

The Alcatel J636 D+ device is a dual SIM, dual mode phone which can support both CDMA and GSM networks. NEW DELHI: Tata Indicom, the CDMA brand of Tata Teleservices, has tied up with Alcatel J636 D+ smartphone for bundled offers aimed at customers in the ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Tata Indicom's bundled offer with Alcatel smartphone  Business Standard1 month ago Tata Indicom's offer with Alcatel smartphone  Economic Times1 month ago
Times of India

SSTL threatens to pull out from CDMA sale over reserve price

SSTL has indicated that it will not participate in the 800 MHz airwaves sale if telecom ministry does not lower prices recommended by Trai.
 Times of India2 months ago

CDMA-GSM war of words escalates over 800 Mhz auctions

The COAI is the industry lobby body representing GSM operators like Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India and Idea Cellular among others. KOLKATA: CDMA operators have fired a fresh salvo at their GSM rivals, accusing them of trying to stall the next 800 MHz airwaves ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
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Trai extends date for receiving comments on internet speed

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) had said in the paper that the minimum download speed for 3G and CDMA EVDO service should be 1 megabit per second with 95 percent success rate. For GSM and CDMA 2G the minimum speed should be at 56 kilobit per ...
 Money Control2 months ago Telecom company to meet Internet speed  Asian Age2 days ago 'Telcos must deliver...  The Echo Of India2 days ago Telcos to meet Internet speed  Asian Age2 days ago
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