Feature phones still hold the majority of the 270 million handsets market in the country, reports Arnab Dutta. Available for as low as Rs 600, these models are adapting to mobile money to challenge smartphones Smartphones might seem ubiquitous these days but feature phone makers are not ready to bow out of the game yet. Cheaper models and newer features aimed at the lowest level of the customer pyramid are driving sales of such handsets. With the recent push for a cashless economy and digital ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
HMD Global Oy is giving fans of yesteryear phone giant Nokia, not just one reason to smile but four. Yes, you read that right. At the Mobile World Congress (MWC), to be held later this month in Barcelona, Nokia will be holding a press conference on Sunday, 26 ...catchnews.com, 1 month ago
As the voice over Long-Term Evolution (VoLTE) is becoming the new frontier in voice calling, telco companies are putting forward attractive phones and plans to keep the VoLTE feature as the primary asset for pushing their revenue. The newest entrant in this ...Trak.in, 1 month ago
BSNL is trying to stay ahead of the competition ever since Reliance Jio announced its free data and unlimited voice offering. Now, the state-run telecom operator has slashed its data tariffs to offer 1 GB 3G data at just Rs. 36. BSNL had earlier revised its ...Trak.in, 1 month ago
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