Kashmir lockdown: Pre-paid mobile services barred for 85th day
The Centre imposed a communication blockade in the Valley, a day before Article 370 was scrapped on August 5. Post-paid cell phones without SMS facility were activated two months after landlines were opened.
Affle India has potential upside of 28%: Nomura
The brokerage said advertising spends are expected to grow at 32 per cent and 18 per cent on ...
Postpaid mobile phone services to resume from Monday in Kashmir
Government spokesman and senior IAS officer Rohit Kansal told reporters that ...
Flipkart-owned PhonePe receives Rs 585.6 cr infusion from parent firm
PhonePe has seen its losses mount to Rs 1,904.72 crore in 2018-19 from a loss of Rs 791.03 crore for the year ended March 2018. However, its revenue from operations rose manifold to Rs 184.22 crore in 2018-19 as against Rs 42.79 crore a year ago.
Slowdown forces construction equipment maker ACE to shift focus to exports
The current slowdown has impacted the revenues of the company by almost 15-20 per cent so far.
This startup can convert any fuel-powered scooter to an electric scooter
As the automobile sector in the country prepares to embrace electric mobility with open arms, there are significant challenges to overcome. Meladath Auto Components offers a middle ground service of converting your regular automobile to a hybrid electric one.
New MNP rules comes into effect. Here are the details
In the revised MNP process, the Unique Porting Code (UPC)will be generated only when the subscriber is eligible to port-out his mobile number. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) in a press release said that the UPC will be generated after positive validation of certain conditions. There is no change in the porting timelines for the corporate mobile connections.
Infinix to bring smart TVs to India next year
Smartphone maker Infinix will soon join peers such as Xiaomi, Motorola and OnePlus by bringing its smart televisions (TVs) to the Indian market in the first half of 2020.
Landlines get a boost in Jammu & Kashmir as shutdown affects mobile networks
From around 9.9 million active subscribers in July (just before the network shutdown on August 4), the total active subscriber base of the J&K circle stood at 4.9 million in September. The landline subscriber base of J&K, which has remained stagnant in the past, saw net additions of 1,073 and 14,731 connections in August and September respectively.
Brick and mortar mobile phone retailers demand discounts in line with Ecommerce platforms
Mobile stores cry foul over better rates, exclusivity given by phone companies to eCommerce players.
Telcos asked to list disconnected numbers
The move is aimed to address a potential security risk situation when a mobile user has had his/her number permanently disconnected but fails to update their service providers, leading to confidential and personal information reaching unauthorised persons.
5 ways you can lose money while making payments online
The further we are moving along the digital highway, the more we are exposing ourselves to innovative fraudsters. Several payment-related sc...
‘We trusted you’: WeWork’s chair on Adam Neumann and the future
The SoftBank bailout has given WeWork some breathing room, but there are big problems to fix. The company has been opening so many locations that it is spending far more money than it is bringing in.
Bajaj Auto pumps in $8 million into mobility startup Yulu
Yulu is a dockless, lithium-powered scooter focusing largely on the sub-5 km first- and last-mile connectivity, the same market which Ola backed Vogo and Sequoia, Accel backed Bounce are targeting.
Can't find your iPhone? Apple's names its new item tracker 'AirTag'
The AirTags will have a replaceable battery.
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