MUMBAI:Internet and Mobile Association of India [IAMAI] and IMRB International report depicts 100 per cent growthinusage ofsocial media in rural Indiaduringthe last one yearwith25million users in rural India. On the other hand, urban India ... Indian Television, 2 weeks ago
Social media use doubles in rural India - WARC, 2 weeks ago
Rural India's social media usage grows by 100%: IAMAI - Digital Market Asia, 2 weeks ago
MUMBAI:India, with over 300 million internet users, is the second largest mobile market of the world, only after China. But, 300 million out of 1.2 billion population, surely leaves a lot of room for improvement. Urban India dominates 33 per cent of ...Indian Television, 2 days ago Social media users in India reach 143 mn in Apr: IAMA Business Standard, 2 weeks ago Social media users in India to reach 143 million in April: IAMA Economic Times, 2 weeks ago 'Social media users in India reach 143 million in April' Oneindia, 2 weeks ago
As a debate continues on 'net neutrality', the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) today alleged that Trai was furthering the agenda of telecom operators on this issue.Times of India, 2 months ago Anonymous India attacks Trai website again Rediff.com, 2 months ago Net Neutrality deabte: Is Trai favouring telecom operators? Tech2, 2 months ago Net Neutrality: Facebook defends platform; Cleartrip logs out Economic Times, 2 months ago
Indore, June 5: 250 apps developers and 12 Internet Companies participated in an Apps Job Fest organized by the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) in Indore on Friday, June 5. The Apps Job Fest is a pioneering concept focused on connecting Apps ...One India, 1 month ago Of Course Comcast Is Interested In Buying T-Mobile DangoteNews.com, 2 weeks ago ISPs call for open Internet in SA Businesstech.co.za, 3 days ago We support net neutrality fully: Subho Ray, President of Internet and Mobile Association of India Economic Times, 2 months ago
International Telecom Union meet: GSMA hopes for four new spectrum bands in next 10 years for a 'Digital India'
NEW DELHI: India's telecom industry, led by top lobby group GSM Association, is building a case for four new spectrum bands as part of its 2025 vision in the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) forum, scheduled in November. At the ITU's ...Economic Times, 1 week ago Telecom industry hopes for four new spectrum bands in next 10 years Times of India, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI: Industrial body Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) today reaffirmed its support for 'net neutrality', but also made a strong pitch for 'net equality' that will enable access to Internet for a billion Indians as part of the governments ...Economic Times, 2 months ago Paid prioritization of content delivery against net neutrality, says DoT panel Times of India, 6 days ago Subho Ray, : Net neutrality is a must The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago Net Neutrality In India: DoT Opposes Zero Rating Plans But Suggests Regulation of Local Voice Call Service By OTTs Trak.in, 4 days ago
Few Sec ago Business Wire India The GSMA welcomes the announcement by South Korea's mobile network operators to launch the world's first commercial interconnected VoLTE service. The service, which is supported by the Ministry of Science, ICT and ...India Online.in, 2 weeks ago Korean VoLTE, India Digital Push Showcase Public-Private Momentum TMC Net, 2 weeks ago
Four million mobile subscribers have supported COAIs campaign favouring net neutrality for internet-based communication services like WhatsApp and Skype and their being subject to norms similar to those applying to mobile phone operators, the apex body of ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago Do 40 Lakh Users Who Supported SabkaInternet Know What They Really Supported? Trak.in, 2 months ago
Telecom lobby group Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) on Sunday claimed that 40 lakh mobile subscribers have supported its ‘campaign’ that calls for Internet-based communication services such as WhatsApp and Skype be subjected to similar ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
Global e-Commerce sales made via mobile devices are expected to cross $638 billion by 2018, according to the joint study brought out by ASSOCHAM and Deloitte. Currently, the availability of e-Commerce applications on various mobility devices is helping to ...DNA, 2 hours ago Global e-commerce sales via mobiles may touch $638-billion mark by 2018: Study Livemint.com, 22 hours ago Global ecommerce sales via mobiles may touch USD 638 billion mark by 2018 - report Paypers, 20 hours ago
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