Free Press Journal
  • Idea, Vodafone pay Rs 7,249 crore under protest to DoT for merger

    New Delhi: Inching closer to formation of country’s biggest telecom operator, Idea Cellular and Vodafone have made joint payment of Rs 7,248.78 crore under protest to the Department of Telecom for merging their mobile business.

  • R-Com hopes to cut debt after SC allows asset sale

    New Delhi : Debt-ridden telecom operator Reliance Communications (RCom) on Thursday said it expects to reduce debt by around Rs 25,000 crore as the Supreme Court has lifted stay on sale of assets of the company.

  • RCom shareholders approve asset monetisation plan

    New Delhi: Debt-ridden telecom operator RCom today said its shareholders have approved an asset monetisation plan which will be used to repay dues. “The shareholders of the company approved the monetisation of its assets. The company announced the results of postal ballot on February 15, 2018,  whereby the shareholders approved the resolution to monetise spectrum, towers, fibre, telecom infrastructure and other assets with overwhelming majority of 99.91 per cent,” RCom said in a

  • Indore: ‘Quality of data delivery would define success of telecom operator’

    Indore: “In the present atmosphere of stiff competition with services being delivered mostly online, survival and success of telecom operator would depend on quality of data delivery service,” said managing director, of Pashchim Kshetra Vidyut Vitran Company, Akash Tripathi while delivering key note address at ‘Enterprise Business Meet’ of Bharat Sanchar Nigan Limited (BSNL) here at Sayaji Hotel on Friday.

  • Xiaomi, China Telecom to offer smart home services

    Beijing: Chinese technology giant Xiaomi and telecom operator China Telecom have signed a cooperation agreement to develop smart home services. The two companies will use their strengths to cooperate in developing smart home devices, sharing sales channels and other services.

  • Cash has to remain in digital format to build sustainable model, says Suresh Sethi

    With more than 8 million customers already using M-Pesa, Vodafone is optimistic that demonetisation would further increase its customer base. The telecom operator has been investing in M-Pesa for over three years and affirms that it will continue to invest in building its infrastructure. With launch of its latest offering ‘M-Pesa Pay’, the digital solution has targeted lakhs of Indian merchants. In conversation with Suresh Sethi – business head of

  • Mela authorities hold meeting with telecom heads

    Ujjain : Simhastha mela authorities on Friday met with telecom operators of the State in a step to ensure top notch cellular mobile services during the Simhastha mela.

  • Vodafone

    Call drop problem to improve in 12-16 weeks in Delhi: Vodafone

    New Delhi: Vodafone today said there will be significant improvement in call drop problem in Delhi within 12-16 weeks as it plans to put up more sites as well as augment capacity of the existing ones. In the last six months, Vodafone has put up over 500 sites in Delhi NCR, while capacity of existing 550 sites have been augmented.

  • Vodafone

    Vodafone India to roll out 4G by 2015 end

    New Delhi: Vodafone India will launch its 4G services by end of 2015 in “important data markets” including Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru and Kochi, a company statement said here on Friday.