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Equipped with a postgraduate diploma in marketing and finance from the T.A. Pai Management Institute, Manipal, and a bachelor’s in economics from Delhi University, Amit Sanyal began his career as a management ...
The growing need for outsourcing non-core operations, optimising resources, minimising operational costs and implementing new information and communication technologies (ICT) has been driving the demand ...
The telecom technology landscape in India is undergoing a paradigm shift owing to the changing IT needs of enterprises, which require on-demand delivery of services, shorter time-to-market and scalable ...
4. Rising Trend: Voice and data tariffs move upwards
Trends and Developments - February 18, 2015
The industry’s reservations about the low tariff model practiced by Indian operators have been increasing of late, mainly due to doubts about its long-term sustainability. The industry’s reservations ...
The year 2014 provided some respite to the telecom industry after the subdued growth witnessed during the past few years. The year 2014 provided some respite to the telecom industry after the subdued ...
During the past year, the government announced several plans and initiatives for digitising the country. The key among these were the launch of the Digital India programme, fast-tracking of the National ...
7. Work in Progress: Regulatory headway but some challenges remain
Trends and Developments - February 12, 2015
tele.net takes a look at the key policy and regulatory developments over the past year… During 2014, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) made a concerted effort to reduce uncertainty ...
8. Premium Pricing: Is net neutrality set to end in India?
Trends and Developments - February 10, 2015
The year 2014 has been a promising one for the telecom industry, which exhibited strong signs of revival in operations and profitability, primarily owing to the sector’s improving policy and regulatory ...
9. Wi-Fi for All: Segment set to witness increased activity
Trends and Developments - February 10, 2015
In 2010, Mysore became the second Wi-Fi-enabled city in the world after Jerusalem. Since then, many state governments and the complementary private industry have shown a keen interest in promoting public ...
10. Hope Revives: Voice gives way to data
Trends and Developments - February 09, 2015
After a long lull, the year 2014 brought back a sense of optimism in the telecom industry. The year was marked by several important developments. After a long lull, the year 2014 brought back a sense ...
There will be a total sale of 380.75 MHz of spectrum across three bands – 900 MHz, 1800 MHz and 800 MHz. From this sale, the government expects to garner about Rs 650 billion, of which Rs 160 billion is ...
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