Batelco and Etisalat in 2008 bought 45 pct of Swan Telecom, later renamed INooz, 1 week ago
Batelco bids to recoup $185m from India partner - GulfBase, 1 week ago
Citi, StanChart in talks to recover Etisalat loan - Qatar Tribune, 4 weeks ago
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Etisalat Mauritius invested over Rs 3500 crore in Swan Telecom and the company was renamed Etisalat DB Telecom Private Ltd. MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court has admitted a petition filed by Etisalat Mauritius Ltd for winding up of its joint venture with ...Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Etisalat wins round 1 in battle with DB to... Mumbai Mirror, 2 weeks ago Bombay High Court Admits Etisalat Plea for Winding Up of JV with DB Group Communications Today, 2 weeks ago Etisalat to wind up DB group tie-up Oman Tribune, 2 weeks ago
New Delhi: The Indian unit of UAE-based telecom company Etisalat owes Rs 1,001 crore to the government, while no amount is due to the company as claimed by it, according to officials of the Department of Telecom. According to sources, DoT has ...NDTV Profit, 1 month ago
Dubai: Emirates Telecommunications (Etisalat), the United Arab Emirates' most valuable company, agreed to acquire Vivendi's controlling stake in Maroc Telecom for about €4.2 billion ($5.7 billion) in the Middle East's largest telecommunications ...Times of Oman, 1 month ago Etisalat to Acquire Vivendi's Maroc Stake for $5.7 Billion La Repubblica, 1 month ago Etisalat acquires control of Morocco's Maroc Telecom in Dh20bn deal Abu Dhabi National, 1 month ago Etisalat to buy stake in Maroc [Times of Oman] TMC Net, 1 month ago
Telecom companies whose 2G permits were cancelled by the Supreme Court may not get another chance to bid for spectrum in the next round of auction, according to official sources. Inter-miniterial panel Telecom Commission has accepted the ...NDTV, 2 months ago Twist in 2G auction tale [Mail Today (India)] TMC Net, 2 months ago TELECOM Hindu Business Line, 2 months ago Telcos that lost permits may not be able to bid in auction Moneycontrol.com, 2 months ago
Only loyal customer is the king when it comes to telecom. Gone are the days when operators would go all out to lure consumers through free calls and discounted rates. Telecom companies have moved on from the heady days of 2006, when only subscriber ...Communications Today, 2 weeks ago
In a major relief for dual technology mobile operator Tata Teleservices, the department of telecommunications has decided that its 19 GSM licenses will not be scrapped as they do not fall under the Supreme Court's February 2012 order that cancelled ...Communications Today, 1 month ago Relief for RCom, Tata Tele as licences not to be scrapped Smart Investor, 1 month ago Relief for RCom, Tata Tele, as DoT says won't scrap licences Nagaland Post, 1 month ago
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Reportbuyer.com just published a new market research report: This report provides a comprehensive overview of the developments and trends in telecommunications, Internet and digital media markets in India. Subjects covered include: Key ...PRWeb, 1 month ago
The Indian unit of UAE-based Etisalat owes Rs 1,001 crore to the government, while no amount is due to the company as claimed by it, according to the Department of Telecom officials. NEW DELHI: The Indian unit of UAE-based Etisalat owes Rs 1,001 crore to the ...Economic Times, 1 month ago 'No amount due to Etisalat DB; firm owes Rs 1,001 cr' Deccan Herald, 1 month ago No amount due to Etisalat DB firm owes Rs 1001 cr DoT Big News Network, 1 month ago
The Department of Telecom has worked out a one-time spectrum charge of over Rs 2,060 crore to be levied from operators for the period they remained in business after their licences were cancelled in February last year, sources said. "Period to ...Business Standard India, 2 months ago
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