Britain's Vodafone Group has raised its preliminary offer to buy Germany's largest cable operator, Kabel Deutschland Holding AG, a day after US media group Liberty Global Plc made a rival bid, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the bid.
Vodafone, India’s second-largest GSM mobile service provider, on Tuesday reduced mobile Internet access charges by 80% for subscribers of its 2G services who have very low usage.
Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) today lowered the ceiling for national roaming tariff from R1.40 per minute for outgoing local calls and R2.40 per minute for outgoing STD calls to R1 and R1.50 per minute respectively. HT
Commerce and industry minister Anand Sharma today indicated that the government was actively considering raising the foreign direct investment (FDI) limit in telecom and defence sectors, amid signs that a catalogue of measures is being readied to attract foreign investment into India.
It will take at least three years to rebuild Infosys, newly reappointed executive chairman NR Narayana Murthy told the company’s annual general meeting in Bangalore on Saturday shortly after being formally elected a director of the company. Manu P Toms reports.
A move for capital market regulator SEBI to soon get powers to summon phone call records, emails and phone text messages of persons it is probing, has won praise from market players.
The era of mobile phones, emails, SMSes and free chat apps has claimed a victim — the telegram. The public BSNL, India’s only provider of telegram services, has decided to stop its 162-year-old telegraph services, which is losing Rs. 350 crore per annum.
The United States government said on Monday that there were 100 phone calls among top executives of the publishing industry in the weeks leading up to Apple’s introduction of the iPad in 2010, when they had to decide whether to sign on to a deal with Apple that would raise the prices of e-books.
In a move that is likely to soothe frayed nerves of anxious investors, the Cabinet on Tuesday approved a proposal for conciliation with British telecom giant Vodafone on its six-year-old Rs.
11,200-crore tax dispute in India.
Global newspaper chiefs have some rare good news to share after years of slumping print sales and advertising revenues — readers appear increasingly willing to pay for online news.
Infosys’ Bangalore campus bore a festive mood on Monday. Reason? Infoscions were celebrating the return of NR Narayana Murthy, the original poster boy of Indian IT, back to the company as its executive chairman.
Monday brought in cheers to Infosys as the chief architect of the company NR Narayana Murthy came back in an executive role. Vivek Sinha reports. Murthy to Murty
Indian authorities have dismissed Nokia's appeals against an income tax bill of 20.8 billion rupees ($370 million), the phone company said on Friday, a setback for its efforts to resolve the dispute in a crucial market.
Department of telecommunications (DoT) issued notices for penalty of Rs. 351 crore on various operators for not meeting emission radiation norms from telecom towers.
Bharti Airtel seems to be passing through bad times. Department of telecommunications (DoT) is likely to impose a fine of Rs.
650 crore on the company for violating licence norms in a 2003 case. HT