Rudradeep Biswas

Reliance Jio – What Do They Are Up to ? Our Analysis

Reliance Jio Infocomm, the telecom arm of Mukesh Ambani headed Reliance Industries is leaving no stone untouched to roll out 4G services to usher a new age of technology in the country. The company have been tied knot even with its competitors like Bharti Airtel, Vodafone, Reliance Communications on different matters. Jio has made deal with RCom for their inter-city OFCN, intra-city OFCN and 45000+ towers. They will use Viom ... Read more

Tata Docomo Introduces new Family Plans for its GSM Postpaid Customers

Tata Docomo has launched  new postpaid plans under its unique ‘Family Plans’ offering for its GSM customers. “Family Plans”, offers a pool of voice & data benefits that accommodate different telecom needs of the entire family packaged in one single plan. The same tariff rates will be applicable across all group members and will generate a consolidated bill for all the connections within the group minimizing the effort of managing ... Read more

More Bandwidth from Alliance Broadband in Kolkata

Kolkata’s local internet service provider Alliance Broadband is all set to increase international bandwidth for its customers. The move comes in a time when major ISPs like BSNL, MTNL and Airtel are hiking their wired broadband tariff across the cities. Across the country there is a trend among few internet service providers, that they are offering peering services for their subscribers. In Kolkata top two local ISPs like Alliance and ... Read more

Huawei Say No to Windows/Android Dual-OS Devices; What Should Indian Vendors Do?

In a recent report Chinese telecom giant Huawei has discarded its plan to launch Windows/Android dual boot OS devices. There is no exact reason they have said behind this move. Though it seems the push came from Google and Microsoft, the companies behind Android and Windows operating systems respectively. Many analysts predicted that these dual-OS devices might fail as there would be no demand for such devices among users. We often ... Read more

Intex launches Cloud X1+, 3.5” smartphone below Rs. 3000

Intex Technologies introduced the Cloud X1+, most affordable 3.5” smartphone in the below-Rs.3000 price category, and the Cloud Y11, one of the low cost 3G-enabled 4” smartphone priced below Rs.5000. Running on Android platforms, the Cloud Y11 and the Cloud X1+ is targeted at widespread rural populations who wish to replace their feature phones and use fully equipped smartphones to get a rich user experience at a much affordable price. ... Read more

Huawei India Launches new range of premium Mobi-Fi, Which can connect up to 10 devices instantly

Huawei India today launched 3 new Mobi-Fi devices- E5220, E5151 and E5730, with one touch Wi-Fi hotspot creation capability, all the three Wi-Fi routers can connect up to 10 devices instantly. The device offers 21.6 Mbps download speeds,  E5220, E5151 and E5730 are powered with a 1150mAh, 1500mAh and a 5200mAh battery respectively to provide long working time without connecting to a power source.   Both E5151 and E5730 assist ... Read more

Super Unlimited MBlaze Plans: Now 40GB at Rs 999; Intros Blaze 4.0 Smartphone with 1 Lakh MB Data

Country's only pure-play CDMA operator MTS India, the telecom brand of Sistema Shyam Teleservices has taken plenty of steps to keep afloat in the competitive data market. The data market which is the company's main focus has become very competitive for MTS as the 3G operators now offer better speed, more coverage (thanks to the investments they put) and in some cases cheaper tariffs. However this time MTS brings the ... Read more

Reliance Launches new range of HTC CDMA+GSM smartphones under zero plan

Reliance communications has after a very long time launched a new innovative product for its CDMA services, till now their focus was revolving only around their GSM and 3G offerings which was evident from their launch of zero plan for iPhone 5S, 5C and Nokia Lumia series. Now Reliance has extended the zero plan to CDMA services as well with the launch of 4 dual sim HTC smartphones Desire XC, ... Read more

Can 3G, EvDO & Broadband over WiFi Spoil Reliance Jio’s Launch Party? : Our Take

Without a disruptive pricing on tariff and devices, Reliance Jio can not succeed to win people's hearts.  Reliance Jio, the telecom arm of Mukesh Ambani owned Reliance Industries is gearing up for the commercial launch of its voice & data services in next 6-9 months. The company acquired pan India spectrum on 2300MHz band and minimum 5MHz spectrum on 1800MHz in 14 circles. The company made deals with Reliance Communications ... Read more

TTSL-Vodafone Merger Talks in Advanced Level

There has been strong market rumour that might be true. It's regarding Vodafone India and Tata Docomo merger. After Airtel's acquisition of Loop Mobile (Mumbai) it could be the biggest M&A in Indian telecom. Tata Teleservices is jointly owned by Tata Group and Japanese telecom major NTT Docomo. NTT Docomo owns 26.5% in Tata Teleservices and around 11.7% in Tata Teleservices (Maharastra). NTT Docomo wants to leave the market as ... Read more

Tata Teleservices Bets on WiFi Hotspots to Tap Data Drive

Tata Teleservices, which operates under Tata Docomo brand, stayed away from last few auctions (BWA auction in 2010, Unified 1800MHz auction in 2013, Unified 900 & 1800MHz auction in 2014), which causes the company with out any spectrum capable of rolling out 4G services. Certainly there is some excitement around 4G/LTE services across the globe, as well in India. But ultimately it's about about high speed data. Tata Teleservices doesn't ... Read more

Airtel’s Mistakes in 4G/LTE Business Should not be Repeated by R-Jio

Airtel, country's largest mobile service provider is not able to make its 4G services profitable after almost 2 years of the launch of 4G services. In April, 2012 Airtel became India's first operator to launch 4G/LTE services. Starting from Kolkata, which was the first city of the country to see mobile services in 1995, Airtel expanded its 4G services in Bangalore, Pune and Chandigarh but Airtel's 4G is never be a ... Read more

Idea of Regulating WhatsApp & Others is the Worst Situation, What is Airtel upto?

In a recent media interaction Bharti Airtel's Indian operations' head Gopal Vittal said that Over-the-Top players like WhatsApp, Skype, LINE, WeChat etc should be regulated and should be under some jurisdiction. This comes when most popular IM service provider WhatsApp, recently acquired by Facebook, plans to set up voice calls. Currently Indian operators generate majority of revenue (nearly 70-80%) from voice and text messages. With the rise of OTT players like ... Read more

Tata Docomo Revised CDMA Data Plans for Prepaid Mobile Users

Country's leading dual tech operator Tata Docomo has silently revised their CDMA data offerings for mobile phone users. Tata Docomo, being one of few CDMA service provider in the country has one of the strongest mobile network with its CDMA coverage. Now the revised data plans is almost as par with market's 2G data plans, though Tata Docomo allows that users if have a EVDO enabled smartphone/device will get EVDO ... Read more

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