Samsung India on Thursday announced a partnership with Paytm Mall where the South Korean giant will offer customers up to Rs 8,000 in cashback on a range of Galaxy smartphones.
Telecom service provider Bharti Airtel has partnered with home-grown handset maker Intex to launch a range of affordable 4G smartphones with an effective starting effective price of Rs 1,649. The phones come bundled with Airtel Rs 169 plan, which includes data and calling benefits.
The Indian Banks’ Association (IBA) has asked the government to allow telecom companies undergoing debt restructuring in schemes drawn up by the Reserve Bank of India to surrender liberalised spectrum. Any excess upfront payment associated with such spectrum should be refunded, it has argued.
A special court today said it will pronounce on Decamber 21 its verdict on the 2G spectrum allocation scam cases involving former Telecom Minister A Raja, DMK MP Kanimozhi and officials of Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group (ADAG), Unitech Ltd and D B Reality and others.
In early August, weeks before Apple’s yearly flagship launch, global chief executive Tim Cook reiterated his optimism about the information technology (IT) multinational’s future in India. He presented a glimpse of Apple’s plan for the market and efforts taken by it that had already translated into results.
Tech giant Google today unveiled a slew of new solutions, such as Android Oreo Go edition for low-cost smartphones and a bike mode for Maps, aimed at driving Internet adoption across markets, including India.
iPhone maker Apple has agreed to pay Ireland $15.46 billion in back taxes by early 2018.
Fair trade regulator CCI has given its nod to the intra-group transfer of shares of Indus Towers to Vodafone India’s shareholders from the telecom operator.
Honor is making a big focus on budget devices at present and it looks like the Honor 7X might end up being the favourite budget phone of the year.
Two major Chinese lenders plan to support a move by China Development Bank to put Indian wireless carrier Reliance Communications (RCom) into insolvency court as they seek to recover about $2 billion in debt, said three people with knowledge of the matter.