Net neutrality: Deadline to submit comments extended to August 20
Net neutrality: Deadline to submit comments extended to August 20

In a positive development, Government today extended the deadline for submission of public comments on the proposed policy framework for 'net neutrality' till August 20.

Nepal earthquake: BSNL, others pitch in with local, free calls

 As a massive earthquake rocked Nepal, telecom major Airtel on Saturday announced free calls to Nepal on its network over the next 48 hours, while state-run BSNL and MTNL decided to charge local rates for calls made to the Himalayan nation for the next three days.

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Aam Aadmi Party backs net neutrality

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday came out in support of net neutrality and demanded that all data and sites be treated and charged equally by telecom companies.

DMK leader bats for net neutrality

Batting for net neutrality, DMK Treasurer MK Stalin on Monday said any move to allow telecom companies to give preferential access to websites would go against the concept of equality.

CBI denies report Director Ranjit Sinha met tel co officials
CBI denies report Director Ranjit Sinha met tel co officials

CBI dismissed reports that officials of a telecom company indicted in the 2G scam had met its Director Ranjit Sinha calling it malicious and part of a concerted design to malign the agency.

Telecom companies complain to ADGP

Telecom operators in Punjab have approached police over alleged disruption of services by some anti-social elements in 19 districts of the state, following which authorities registered a case in this connection.

Telecom companies compete for series sponsorship

Four corporate houses from the telecom sector are in the race for bagging the series sponsorship rights of the Cricket Board.

Telcos` profits to fall; growth seen at 25-30%: Fitch

Profitability of telecom companies is likely to fall in the years to come due to growing number of low-end users, global rating agency Fitch Ratings said.