Vodafone India, mobile and internet service provider, has announced the winner of the ‘Season 20’ for the popular “Play to Win” contest for Jammu and Kashmir.
The government today imposed a 10 per cent duty on import of key smartphone components like camera module and printed circuit board assembly, with a view to boost domestic manufacturing.
Mobile internet services were restored in parts of twin towns of Sopore and Kupwara in north Kashmir on Sunday after remaining suspended for over 12 hours.
Bharti Airtel (“Airtel”), India’s largest telecommunications services provider, today launched its 4G services in Jammu division and announced expansion in other parts of the state soon.
Bharti Airtel, India’s largest telecommunications services provider, today said that it has been rated as India’s fastest mobile network by Ookla – the global leader in broadband testing and web-based network diagnostic applications.
NEW DELHI: Cellular operators’ association COAI today expressed relief that newcomer Reliance Jio has announced “price points” for data services post April 1, which although “aggressive
Reliance Industries announced on Thursday a three-month extension to an offer of free data and voice services by Jio in what could be an escalation in the telecom sector’s price war.
In view of the prevailing situation, the government, as precautionary measure, has decided to continue cellular internet ban in Jammu region till the situation improves and normalcy returns in the state.
The BSNL authorities Monday disconnected the services of its post-paid customers for just non-payment of bill during the curfew.
Cellular services, particularly offered by the Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), instantly broke down on Monday after the earthquake, adding to panic among people.