Vodafone to donate 1 paisa/call, Rs 5/new customer for Kashmir during Ramdaan

By on June 20, 2015 at 11:30 AM.

Vodafone to donate 1 paisa/call, Rs 5/new customer for Kashmir during Ramdaan

Telecom operator Vodafone India yesterday said that throughout the month of Ramdaan it will support flood-affected poor families in Kashmir by donating 1 paisa from every call made or recharge and Rs 5 out of every new activation on its network in the state. More →
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So how fast is Airtel 4G LTE in Delhi-NCR? Early adopters share their Speedtest results

By on June 18, 2015 at 7:52 PM.

So how fast is Airtel 4G LTE in Delhi-NCR? Early adopters share their Speedtest results

Airtel today kicked off 4G LTE trials in Delhi and surrounding NCR. Users there can upgrade their connections by simply heading to an Airtel store and swapping their 3G SIM cards. Not surprisingly, elated users have taken to the social media to show off the bump in their Internet speeds. More →
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Airtel 4G is now available in Delhi, here are all the prepaid and postpaid plans

By on June 18, 2015 at 6:30 PM.

Airtel 4G is now available in Delhi, here are all the prepaid and postpaid plans

As expected, Airtel has now launched its 4G LTE services in Delhi. The network operator has started informing customers with 4G-enabled handsets to swap their 3G SIM cards at the nearest Airtel store. More →
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Narendra Kumar Yadav takes charge as MTNL’s Chairman and Managing Director

By on June 17, 2015 at 12:31 PM.

Narendra Kumar Yadav takes charge as MTNL’s Chairman and Managing Director

State-run telecom operator MTNL said Narendra Kumar Yadav has taken over the charge of Chairman and Managing Director of the company. The PSU in a filing to BSE said that N K Yadav has "taken over charge of CMD, MTNL," with effect from June 8. More →
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Vodafone raised Rs 8,800 crore last month

By on June 17, 2015 at 12:07 PM.

Vodafone raised Rs 8,800 crore last month

Country's second-largest telecom operator Vodafone has raised about Rs 8,800 crore in the last one month. According to industry sources, Vodafone's three Indian units raised a debt of Rs 7,500 crore through bonds with maturity period of five years in second week of June and another about Rs 1,300 crore through an equity transaction. More →
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