Internet is piggybacking our telecom revolution to expand reacha hr
May 28, 2012
By: Rama Bijapurkar, Independent Market Strategy, Consultant
For those of us who worry that we are becoming a humourless society unable to laugh at ourselves, that the culture of debate
Airtel and Asklaila come together to provide search facilitiesa hre
Nov 14, 2008
India's largest mobile operator Bharti Airtel has entered into a joint venture with local search leader Asklaila.com to provide free search service to Airtel users across 6 cities through mobile
97 million Indians say Internet is rubbishcst
Jan 29, 2009
India had just 45.3 million active internet users last September.
Out of a total urban population of 250 million, only 42 million use the internet, leaving behind the remaining 208 million on
Telcos bet on local mobile searchesoa
Jan 22, 2009
Searching for information on your city? Your cellphone could be of use. Telecom firms offering local search service to subscribers say the response to the service has been good. They
Mobile units plan more value added servicesst
Jan 12, 2009
After a robust growth in 2008, telecommunication companies (telcos) in eastern India are planning more value-added-services (VAS), network enhancement and capacity building in 2009 to beat the recession.
The industry estimates
DoT may allow 8 bidders per 3G circle
Jan 09, 2009
MUMBAI: In a bid to increase revenues from the impending 3G (third generation) spectrum auction, the Department of Telecom (DoT) is looking at increasing the number of slots available for
Telecom units pin hopes on VAS
Feb 24, 2009
Kolkata-based telecommunications companies (telcos) are pinning hopes on value-added-services (VAS), as average revenue per user (ARPU) is on a declining trend, following the drop in tariffs.
According to analysts, voice SMS
Zapak to develop games for Kolkata Knight Riders.com
Apr 23, 2008
Shah Rukh Khan seems to have found the perfect formula; his superstar status was initially coupled with cricket, the craze of the nation. Now, after his team has seen continuous
Children spending longer hours online
Apr 18, 2009
KOCHI: The issue of safe surfing has come to the fore as children increasingly use the Internet and spend longer hours online.
Indian children on an average spend 34 hours online