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'Work from home online fraud most prevalent in India'

'Work from home online fraud most prevalent in India'

Thirty-nine percent net users are victims of 'work from home' fraud and 25 percent have fallen prey to lottery scams even as 85 percent of the country's Internet user base are familiar with the term 'Internet Scam', says a study by Telenor.

Telenor rejigs global team; Sharad Mehrotra to head India operations

Telenor rejigs global team; Sharad Mehrotra to head India operations

Norwegian telecom major Telenor Group on Monday announced restructuring of Executive Management team to represent all the 13 markets globally, a move aimed at ensuring faster execution of the Group strategy.

Ex-Uninor CEO Morten Sorby to head Telenor Group in Asia

Norway-based Telenor Group today announced appointment of former Uninor CEO Morten Sorby as Head of Region Asia in Telenor Group from June 1, 2015.

Sigve Brekke Telenor Group's new President and CEO

Norwegian telecom major Telenor Group on Tuesday said it has appointed Sigve Brekke President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) effective August 17, 2015.

Uninor Q2 loss widens at Rs 169.83 cr

Telecom operator Uninor Wednesday reported widening of operating loss at about Rs 170 crore for the second quarter ended June 30.

Uninor appoints Tanveer Mohammad as COO

Mohammad was Chief Technology Officer at Bangladesh-based telecom service provider Grameenphone - a subsidiary of Telenor Group.

Morpho to supply SIM cards to Telenor in India

Norwegian mobile operator Telenor Group has selected Morpho as a new supplier of SIM cards and its related value-added applications and services.

Uninor aims to break-even in all circles by 2013-end

Uninor Thursday said its business in UP East has become profitable and expects to break-even in rest of its telecom service areas by the end of 2013.

Telcos meet Secy over TRAI recommendations on spectrum auction

Representatives from four companies, whose licences have been cancelled by Supreme Court in February, Monday met Telecom Secretary R Chandrashekhar on issue of spectrum auction and expressed their concern over recommendations made by sector regulator TRAI.

Telenor may exit India, write downs $682 mn India exposure

Norwegian firm Telenor Monday decided to write down its Indian assets worth USD 682 million and said it will be forced to exit the country if the regulator TRAI's proposals to auction airwaves at 10 times the price used in 2008 are accepted.

Telenor in talks with domestic firms to continue India service

Norwegian Telenor Group, which holds 67.25 percent stake in Uninor, Friday said it is in discussion with four to five domestic institutions to find a new partner to continue its telecom services in in India.

Telenor dumps Unitech; to form new Indian venture

Virtually dumping its partner Unitech, Norwegian telecom major Telenor Group Tuesday announced plans to set up a new company for carrying out its Indian operations post Supreme Court quashing its 22 licenses.

Uninor examining legal options, rules out quitting India

Unitech Wireless Ltd is a joint venture between Norway-based Telenor Group and India's Unitech Ltd.