• Time Warner Offers Free Wi-Fi Hotspot Solution To Business Internet Customers

    By: Telecom Lead Time Warner Cable Business Class (TWCBC), a provider of communications services for enterprises, will offer its free Wi-Fi Hotspot solution to their Business Internet customers, across all TWCBC markets. This solution will enable businesses to offer their customers Wi-Fi access on any Wi-Fi enabled device including smart phones, tablets and laptops, said…

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    BSNL Plans Rs 3,241 Crore Telecom Capex In 9 Naxal-hit States

    Indian telecom service provider BSNL has submitted a final estimate of Rs 3,241 crore to roll out mobile services across 9 Naxal-hit states. The Capex plan was supposed to be completed this month but progress was stuck due to difference between actual bids and project cost approved by then UPA government. “We have submitted a final…

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  • Idea Cellular To Raise Rs 3,750 Crore Via QIP Issue

    Indian telecom service provider Idea Cellular plans to raise Rs 3,000- 3,750 crore this week by selling shares to institutional investors. The qualified institutional placement (QIP) issue may open on Thursday. When contacted, an Idea Cellular spokesperson declined to comment. Announcing the fourth quarter results, Idea Chief Executive Himanshu Kapania had said the company board…

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  • Airtel rises up to 4G challenge
    Data Card Market Looks For Savior In WiFi

    It’s official—3G telcos are eating into the market shares of CDMA players in the data card segment. Meanwhile, the players are focusing on WiFi-ready data cards to cater to the needs of multiple consumers. Historically, the CDMA players have dominated the data card business. However, according to a recent research conducted by 6Wresearch in the first…

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    CDMA Players Hope Wi-Fi To Bring Life Back To Dongles

    CDMA operators like Tata Teleservices and Sistema Shyam Teleservices are betting on Wi-Fi enabled dongles and routers to revive the dongles market where they are otherwise losing the battle with the proliferation of smartphones, tablets and after GSM players cut 3G data rates. Analysts say CDMA companies need to get their acts together fast to…

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  • Sequoia Capital India To Invest $15 Million In Mobile Gaming Company Octro

    Sequoia Capital India is backing a gaming startup that offers players a chance to try out some of India’s most popular games. The Silicon Valley fund, will invest $15 million or Rs 90 crore in Delhi-based Octro that has developed online versions of Teen Patti and Tambola which are being played by nearly 2 million…

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