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Telecom Market Leaders Grow Stronger, Challengers Get Weaker

Market trends showed that the dominant players continued to grow stronger while challengers got weaker, according to a Kotak Institutional Equities note on the telecom industry

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Trai Wants Telcos To Furnish Report On RLT

The telecom regulator will seek details of the radio link timeout technology, allegedly being used for masking call drops and resulting in higher bills for subscribers

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Call Drops: TRAI Seeks Powers To Punish Telecom Operators

The regulator says Airtel, Vodafone, Reliance, Aircel and Idea need to further improve the call drop rate performance

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$1 Trillion Extra GDP By 2020-If All Indians Get Online

The Internet reached 29 per cent of Indians-354 million users-in September 2015, IndiaSpend reported. It could rise to 39 per cent, or 462 million users, by June 2016

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Trai Regulation On Call Drops Is Arbitrary, Unreasonable, Says SC

The Supreme Court has struck down the Trai regulation making it mandatory for telecom companies to compensate subscribers for call drops holding it as 'arbitrary, unreasonable and non-transparent'

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Call Drops: Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad To Personally Go On 'Drive Tests'

As the 'call drop' menace refuses to subside, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Thursday said he will personally go around the National Capital along with the top officials to monitor the quality of mobile calls

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High Spectrum Price Can Hit Investments: Vodafone

Vodafone has flagged its concerns about high spectrum pricing, saying it can play a spoilsport for investment into India ahead of its biggest-ever telecom auction.

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Facebook Director Andreessen Sorry For India Internet Remarks

Marc Andreessen, who often takes to Twitter to offer his opinions, said the new rules denied India's poor access to the Internet

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Differential Data Pricing Plainly Not Acceptable: Ravi Shankar Prasad

The minister says the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi fully respects the freedom of expression and discourse on social media and Internet

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Disappointed But Won't Give Up: Mark Zuckerberg On Net Neutrality

Voicing disappointment over India's decision on net neutrality, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has said he will not give up on breaking down connectivity barriers in India which he described as an important goal for his company

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Trai Rules Against Differential Pricing For Internet Services

Says Internet service providers would not be allowed to discriminate on pricing of data access for different web services

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TRAI Collects Rs 6 Crore In Penalty For Violation Of Service Quality Norms

The telecom regulator received Rs 3.48 crore from mobile service providers. Fixed line service providers paid Rs 44.5 lakh, while broadband service providers paid Rs 21.75 lakh

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Trai Asks Telcos To Start Compensating For Call Drops

Telecom regulator Trai has written to operators to ensure compliance with call drop regulations, effective January 1, even as service providers remain defiant and say compensation to subscribers will be paid only after court orders them to do so

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Free Basics Halted By Trai

Essentially, this plan leaves Facebook and the carriers free to tweak and charge and channel as they please. When a user clicks on a video, for example, he leaves the free zone and may opt to pay up for data -- advantage carrier. When a user chooses to stay on Facebook and use its increasing sweep of services and content -- advantage Facebook

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Call Drops: TRAI Says No Coercive Steps Against Telcos Till January 6

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Tuesday told the Delhi High Court that no coercive steps would be taken against telecom companies till the next date of hearing on January 6 for not complying with the call drop compensation norms.

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