Indian telecom operator Vodafone India, is all set to launch data access across its network regions through WiFi hotspots.
The government is all set to launch greenfield 2G networks in regions close to the Chinese and Bangladeshi border regions that are currently outside the mobile loop.
India’s leading mobile operator Bharti Airtel has crossed the 200 million mobile subscribers mark in the country.
The number of Indian broadband subscribers has crossed the 55 million mark says the TRAI. Over 109.3 million people made mobile number portability requests.
A side by side comparison of operators in a particular area based on various quality parameters surveyed by India’s telecom regulator.
Vodafone India’s mobile Internet user base grew by 38% in the 4th quarter of 2013 to reach 45.7 million and saw strong data usage growth among customers especially in 3G users.
Airtel’s Mobile Internet business clocked a revenue of Rs.1,736 crore, a jump of 105.2% over the same period last year. What’s also interesting is that the mobile internet revenue accounted for more than one-third of the overall incremental revenue for the company
Reliance Jio 4G Plans include launch of an Android Set Top Box, Jio Drive, Mi-Fi & More services.
Telecom operator Aircel said that it will begin the deployment of 4G telephony in Chennai and other parts of Tamil Nadu. The company chose China’s ZTE Telecom to deploy the network.
The Government has announced that it now recognises the SMS as an official document. It can now be used by citizens as documentary proof while making payments, during registrations or any other scheme while using a Government service.