‘Internet in India 2017’ report, released by the Internet and Mobile Association of India and Kantar IMRB, says internet users here will touch 500 million by 2018.
NEW DELHI: India’s older carriers have slammed the telecom regulator for a series of regulations over the last 12-18 months which favour only new entrant Reliance Jio at the cost of the existing ones, and said the latest tariff order on predatory pricing violated the ‘fundamental right’ of incumbents to carry out business.
Aircel, the smallest private mobile operator in India, has warned its 5,000-plus employees to brace for “difficult” times amid “serious funding issues” in the face of intense competition.
The number of internet users in India is expected to reach 500 million by June 2018, said a report by the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) and Kantar IMRB on Tuesday. The number of Internet users stood at 481 million in December 2017, an increase of 11.34% over December 2016 said the report…
Despite so much noise around the “Digital India” initiative, the urban-rural divide is actually more acute that it appears when it comes to Internet penetration across the country, a new report said on Tuesday.
NTT Com India–Netmagic partnered with Nuage Networks, a Nokia venture, to strengthen its network as a service portfolio based on software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) solution that connects enterprise networks over a large geographic area.
HONG KONG: Mobile handset maker FIH Mobile Ltd said on Tuesday that it expected to swing to net loss of up to $525 million for 2017 due to costs relating to a new business and loss arising from the impairment of its investment portfolio.
NEW DELHI: The number of Internet users in the country is expected to reach 500 million by June 2018, a joint survey by IMAI-Kantar IMRB showed.
NEW DELHI: State-owned telecom firm BSNL and Japan’s NTT AT along with their Indian partner Virgo Corps have signed agreement to collaborate in futuristic technologies.
WASHINGTON: US mobile chipmaking giant Qualcomm on Tuesday raised its bid for Dutch rival NXP to an estimated $43 billion as the California-based firm moved to fend off a hostile offer from Singapore’s Broadcom.