Indian telco offers range of education services including English lessons and career advice delivered via voice and SMS formats for a small daily fee.
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Indian carriers squabble over routing of toll-free calls, with Airtel accusing Reliance Communications of violating a prior agreement the two set up in 2007.
Indian telco will acquire the 74 percent stake it does not own in the joint venture, which manages its fixed-line and broadband network.
With revenues staying flat, mobile operators are starting to cut down on freebies or increase prices that come with discount vouchers used by the majority of prepaid subscribers.
Ministerial panel recommends telcos not affected by the 2G license crisis pay a retrospective fee for airwaves they own above the 6.2 megahertz (MHz) mark.
Telecoms department has issued fresh notices to three operators, with remaining telcos to follow, demanding they pay an additional charges for spectrum used since 2008.
Norwegian operator wants new partnership to bid for 2G licenses in India, thereby replacing current estranged partner Unitech.
Philippine carrier says the first stage of its US$790 million network modernization project, revealed in 2012, is complete and will now focus on optimizing its new equipment.
Indian operator writes to telecoms department for a temporary license so it can continue operating until the March auction, to avoid having the Supreme Court ordering it to shut down its services.
The Indian telco giant is reportedly joining four other foreign companies--SingTel, Axiata, Telenor, and ST Telemedia--to bid for the two licenses offered by the Myanmar government.