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Vodafone Tells Delhi High Court Rs 1,050 Crore Penalty 'Arbitrary'

Telecom major Vodafone on Friday (16 December) told the Delhi High Court that the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India's recommendation to the Centre to impose Rs 1,050 crore penalty on it for not giving interconnectivity to Reliance Jio was an "arbitrary" decision

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Now, Vodafone Too Matches Rivals With Free Calling Plans

Vodafone on Friday announced unlimited free voice calls for its prepaid customers with the launch of two new packs.

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Vodafone, Nasscom Announce Winners For 'Mobile For Good Awards 2016'

The Mobile for Good Awards acknowledge and support ideas and concepts from NGO/NFPs that effectively and efficiently empower communities and change lives in their own unique way

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Vodafone Will Not Launch Indian Unit IPO Until Next Financial Year

British mobile operator Vodafone will not launch the highly anticipated initial public offering of its Indian unit before March next year

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UK Cos Pledge To Invest £29 Million To Train 20 Lakh In India

These companies are among the largest investors in India. The firms include HSBC, Vodafone, Reckitt Benckiser, Rolls Royce, OCS, Mott Macdonald, G4S, Aviva, Marks & Spencer and GSK

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TRAI Recommends $456 Million Fine On Telecoms Firms

Responding to Jio's complaints over the denial of points of interconnection, the telecom regulator recommended a fine of 500 million rupees per telecom zone for Bharti Airtel, Vodafone, Idea Cellular

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Reliance Jio Once Again Asks Vodafone, Idea To Release More Interconnection Ports

Newcomer Reliance Jio has again asked its rivals Vodafone and Idea Cellular to release interconnection ports while alleging that poor quality of service on its network is due to incumbent players' "unlawful and illegal delay" in providing more connections

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Govt To Re-Auction Unsold Airwaves When Telcos' Fortunes Improve

The government raised $9.9 billion from a spectrum auction that ended on Thursday, but there were no takers for the most-efficient yet priciest 700 megahertz band of airwaves

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Telecom Spectrum Auction Raises Rs 65,800 Crore, Vodafone Tops Spending

Vodafone was the most aggressive in the auction, buying Rs 20,000 crore of spectrum. Bharti Airtel, the nation's biggest telecom company, bought spectrum worth Rs 14,244 crore, while Idea Cellular put in Rs 12,798 crore of bids. Newcomer Reliance Jio has spent Rs 13,672 crore

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Spectrum Auction Gets Bids Worth Rs 63,325 Crore So Far

Spectrum auction has received bids worth Rs 63,325 crore so far on the fifth day on Thursday for around 40 per cent of mobile radiowaves put up for sale

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India Gets Rs 53,531 Crore Worth Telecom Spectrum Bids On Auction's First Day

India's largest-ever spectrum auction kicked off on Saturday with major telecom operators placing bids worth Rs 53,531 crore across bands, even as the premium 700 Mhz and 900 Mhz frequencies did not find any buyer

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India's Largest Spectrum Auction Worth Rs 5.63 Lakh Crore Starts

Leading operators, including Reliance Jio, Vodafone, Idea Cellular and Bharti Airtel, are in the fray for frequencies that are crucial for next-generation telecom services

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Largest Spectrum Auction To Kick Off On October 1 Amid Telecom Battle

Bharti Airtel, Vodafone, Idea Cellular and new entrant Reliance Jio are among the seven companies that will bid for the largest spectrum auction starting on Saturday

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High Stakes For India's $84 Billion Airwave Auction After Vodafone Play

Vodafone's $7.2 billion cash injection into its Indian business has turned up the heat just days ahead of an $84 billion airwave auction which could decide who wins and loses in one of the world's fastest-growing telecom markets

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Reliance Jio Accuses Cellular Operators' Association Of Serving 'Vested Interests'

The Mukesh Ambani-led firm alleged that the association's voting rules were 'skewed' in favour of dominant operators - Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Idea

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