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About 272 results for "unified access service licence"

Egypt to issue unified licence for telecoms

CAIRO: Egypt's telecoms minister said it would issue a long-awaited unified licence for landline and mobile services by year-end, brushing aside reports of operators reservations and insisting that the terms of the deal were no longer negotiable. ... The Gulf Today, 2 weeks ago
Egypt to issue unified licences by year-end Telecompaper, 2 weeks ago

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Vodafone moves HC against a delay in the signing of the unified licence by the DoT

Vodafone has moved the Delhi High Court alleging the Centre is indulging in "arm-twisting" and "coercive" tactics by refusing to sign its unified licence (UL) till the telecom major unconditionally accepts the "restrictive" clauses in the licence, ...
 Telecom Tiger2 weeks ago Vodafone Moves Court Over Delay in Signing of Licence  NDTV Profit2 weeks ago Vodafone moves HC accusing DoT of delaying signing of licence  The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago Vodafone Moves HC; Accuses Dot Of Using Coercive Tactics  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago
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Troubled Ukrainian Broker MMCIS Gets a European License through Merger with Mill Trade

It was discovered today that the troubled Ukrainian broker, MMCIS, will apparently have access to a European licence via its partner brand. A company called Glistentree Holdings Limited has received a license from the Cyprus Securities and Exchange ...
 Forex Magnates1 week ago

MobiNil still considering whether to enter fixed line market

Egyptian mobile network operator MobiNil could opt out of the unified license scheme recently approved by authorities, Reuters reports, citing comments made by the cellco's CEO . It is understood that MobiNil is considering its options, with it said ...
 TeleGeography2 weeks ago Mobinil may opt out of Egypt fixed-line market, to decide in weeks- CEO  Reuters Africa2 weeks ago
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Moneycontrol.com

Airtel may have to pay Rs 436cr for merging Qualcomm 4G arm

T ABS holds broadband wireless access spectrum in four service areas - Delhi, Mumbai, Kerala and Haryana, that can be used for 4G services. The company has internet service provider licence. Airtel is now moving from its present permit called ...
 Moneycontrol.com2 months ago Airtel may have to pay Rs 436 cr for merging Qualcomm 4G arm  Business Standard India2 months ago Bharti Airtel may have to pay Rs 436 crore for merging Qualcomm 4G arm  Gulftelenews.com2 months ago DoT may ask Bharti Airtel to pay Rs 4.36...  Tele.net.in2 months ago
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Rediff.com

Telcos shy away from new spectrum holding norms

More than three quarters after the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) formalised the new Unified licencing (UL) norms that make spectrum technology neutral, no telecom operator has applied for migration from their existing unified access service licences (UASL). According to a recent communication of the DoT, no licensee has approached the DoT so far to liberalise their existing spectrum holding in the 1800 MHz band. Under the UASL norms, spectrum is linked to licences, and a particular ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago India roundup: DoT admits to spectrum paucity; DoT twisting Vodafone's arm over UL; telcos to offer SMS in regional languages  TeleGeography1 week ago Vodafone India files petition against DoT over the delay in signing of UL agreement  Tele.net.in2 weeks ago
Telecom Tiger

Vodafone withdraws its plea from High Court against a delay in the signing of the unified licence by the DoT

Vodafone, on Friday withdrew from the Delhi High Court its plea alleging the Centre is indulging in "arm-twisting" and "coercive" tactics by refusing to sign its unified licence (UL) till the telecom major unconditionally accepts the "restrictive" ...
 Telecom Tiger1 week ago Vodafone withdraws writ against Centre  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Vodafone Withdraws Petition Against DoT From HC  Outlook India1 week ago Vodafone withdraws plea against DoT from Delhi HC  Hindu Business Line1 week ago
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Apochi: Cashless Policy Will Reduce Banks Interest Rate

Mr. Agada Apochi Mr. Agada Apochi, Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Unified Payment Services Limited, a payment solution company jointly owned by 19 Nigerian banks, has posited that the cashless policy and the electronic payment system ...
 This Day Online1 month ago Apochi - Cashless Policy Will Reduce Banks' Interest Rate [interview]  Individual.com1 month ago
Zawya.com

Mobinil may reject Egypt's landline licence-CEO

INTERVIEW- In This Article Egyptian Company for Mobile Services S.A.E., Thomson Reuters Related * Mobinil wants right to build fixed-line network * Decision could be blow to "unified licence" plans By Shadi Bushra CAIRO, Nov 25 ( Reuters ) - ...
 Zawya.com12 hours ago
United Kingdom Parliament

Transport Committee: Reorganised motoring agencies must deliver a more unified service

Tuesday 7th October 2014 | 00:01 Transport Committee press release The Department for Transport must ensure that the recently reorganised agencies serving motorists* work harder to deliver a better service for all, including business customers. ...
 PoliticsHome1 month ago Government motoring agencies report published  United Kingdom Parliament1 month ago
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