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COAI seeks 5-year extension in 4G network roll out deadline
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COAI requests DoT to extend the deadline for 4G network rollou...

The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) has requested the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) to extend the deadline for the rollout of 4G network by five years to 2020. DoT had auctioned the broadband wireless access spectrum used for ..., 3 hours ago
Telecom ministry gets 5/10 rating from COAI Telecom Lead, 9 hours ago

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COAI wants CDMA spectrum 800 MHz for GSM services

Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) has asked the Department of Telecom (DoT) secretary Rakesh Garg toallocate CDMA spectrum 800 MHz as E-GSM (extended GSM) band. The telecom industry association says the demand for900MHz is much ...
 Telecom Lead1 week ago COAI Urges DoT to Allocate 800MHz as Extended GSM Band  NDTV1 week ago COAI asks DoT to allocate 800MHz spectrum as EGSM band  Business Standard1 week ago COAI urges government to allocate 800 MHz as E-GSM band  Prokerala1 week ago

GSM operators want reconfiguration of 800 Mhz band

mobile operators' body COAI has said that the 800 MHz band, used for CDMA services, be "reconfigured" as EGSM 900 Mhz band for better utilisation of radiowaves and higher auction revenues. COAI, which represents GSM players like Airtel, Vodafone and Idea, ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

COAI Seeks Government Support to Provide Quality Cellular Services in Karnataka

Association of Unified Telecom Service Providers of India (AUSPI), constituted in the year 1997 is the representative industry body of Unified Access Service Licensees providing CDMA & GSM Mobile Services, Fixed Line Services as well as Value Added ...
 APN News4 weeks ago Govt Urged to Clear Telecom Projects  New Indian Express4 weeks ago COAI seeks govt support for quality cellular services  NetIndia123.com1 month ago Tata Teleservices's Sunil Batra elected new AUSPI president  Times of India1 month ago
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Why your phone bills may go up soon

New Delhi, Oct 27: Industry body COAI has said mobile tariffs may go up soon as telecom operators are expected to pass on to customers the burden of spectrum cost they will incur in the upcoming auction. The auction of airwaves is likely to be conducted in ...
 One India1 month ago Telcos May Raise Tarrifs to Pay For Spectrum Cost  Silicon India1 month ago Mobile alert: Call rates, data charges to go up  India Today1 month ago High spectrum price will lead to an increase in tariff, says COAI  Telecom Tiger1 month ago

COAI Asks PMO to Get Trai's Auction Recommendations Implemented

GSM industry body COAI has approached the Prime Minister's Office to get the recommendations implemented for the next auction proposed in February, next year. "If the proposed spectrum auction to be held in February 2015 is conducted with completely ...
 NDTV1 month ago COAI Goes To PMO to Get TRAI's Recommendation Implemented  Outlook1 month ago COAI knocks PMO door to get TRAI's recommendation implemented  Business Standard1 month ago COAI approaches PMO to get TRAI’s recommendations implemented  Tech21 month ago
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GSM operators add 6.28 million new subscribers in October 2014, says COAI

According to the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), GSM telecom operators added 6.28 million new subscribers in October 2014. The total GSM subscriber base grew by 0.83 per cent from 756.08 million subscribers in September 2014 to ... month ago GSM mobile operators add 62.8 lakh users in October: COAI  Business Standard1 month ago GSM MOBILE OPERATORS ADD 61.2 LAKH USES IN SEP 2014 : Coai  4 Traders2 months ago Idea Cellular adds maximum subscribers in September: COAI  Times of India2 months ago

COAI, AUPSI and TAIPA seek Najeeb Jung's support to provide quality telecom services in Delhi

NEW DELHI: Industry lobbies representing GSM, CDMA and telecom tower firms have written to Delhi's Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung to provide necessary permissions for installing more mobile towers and Right of Way (RoW) to lay additional optical fibre ...
 Economic Times1 month ago COAI, AUPSI and TAIPA seeks Najeeb Jung’s support to provide quality telecom services in Delhi  Economic Times1 month ago

New COAI chairman is Vodafone's Marten Pieters

Marten Pieters, Vodafone India's MD and CEO has been elected as the new chairman of Cellular Operations Association of India (COAI). The decision was made public during COAI's annual general body meeting held on July 14, 2014. Marten will hold ...
 DQ Channels2 weeks ago Vodafone India MD Martin Pieters turns 'Crusader' for telcos  Times of India1 month ago Vodafone India MD Marten Pieters earns nickname of Crusader for the telecom industry  Economic Times1 month ago

GSM rural subscriber base grows to 311.33 million as of end-October 2014, says COAI

Tuesday, 02 December 2014 According to the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), the GSM rural subscriber base in India witnessed an increase of 3.79 million users in October 2014. The overall rural customer base grew by 1.23 per cent ... weeks ago
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