Page-2 of Telecommunications in India Current Affairs, GK & News
Olympic bronze medalist Mary Kom has been appointed the new Brand Ambassador of state-run telecom firm Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) for two years. The two-year contract will see boxer Mary Kom endorse as well as engage in various promotional events organized by BSNL for its different telecom services. Beside this, BSNL has also signed ..
Topics: Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited • BSNL Broadband • BSNL Mobile • Companies • Economy of India • Ministry of Communications and Information Technology • Telecommunications • Telecommunications in India
The draft of National Telecom Policy (NTP) 2018 aka National Digital Communications Policy 2018 has been uploaded for public consultations on the Department of Telecom’s (DoT) The draft said the Policy aims to accomplish some of the strategic objectives by 2022 including — Provisioning of Broadband for all, creating four million additional jobs in the ..
The spectrum cap is the limit of radiowaves a telecom operator can hold for providing wireless services. Spectrum cap rules prevent an operator from buying additional spectrum in a respective band. The idea is to prevent operators from acquiring a disproportional amount of spectrum compared to its peers thereby preventing market dominance. As per existing ..
Topics: Indian Telecom Spectrum Auction • Optics • Physics • Radio resource management • Radio spectrum • Spectrum • Spectrum auction • Spectrum Trading • Telecom Commission • Telecommunications in India • TRAI • Wireless
A tech friendly prime minister curses his government for the irritation caused by the call drops. The concerned minister asks the telecom regulator to issue guidelines to make it mandatory for the telecom companies to take action. This article is a backgrounder on this issue. What is a Dropped Call? A dropped call can be ..
As per Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), current telecom operators Bharti Airtel (earlier known as Bharti Cellular) and Vodafone India (earlier known as Hutchison Max & Sterling Cellular) were sold additional spectrum beyond 6.2 MHz, up to 10 MHz, in unnecessary hurry in January 2002. As per its report of the then communication minister Pramod ..
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2012
Topics: Airtel Africa • Airtel Bangladesh • Bharti Airtel • BSE SENSEX • CNX Nifty • Companies • Pramod Mahajan • Telecommunications • Telecommunications in India • Vodafone • Vodafone Idea Limited • Vodafone India