Tata Docomo

Tata Sons gets RBI nod to buy NTT Docomo’s stake in TTSL

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has given an in-principle approval to Tata Sons’ proposal to buy Japanese telecom firm NTT DoCoMo's stake in their struggling joint venture, Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL) for Rs 7,250 crore. Overall, Docomo holds 26.5 percent in TataTeleservices. Earlier this month, Japanese telecom firm had dragged TTSL to an international court of arbitration in London. A month ago, RBI had informed the Finance Ministry that it

TATA Docomo revises 2G and 3G data packs in Kerala circle. Reduces data by 50%

TATA Docomo has silently revised its 2G and 3G data pack in Kerala circle. Available data for certain packs were reduced by up to 50% complimenting with increased validity for certain packs. The move comes after Airtel and Idea reducing data/validity for its 3G offering recently. Tata Docomo New 3G data packs The basic pack of Rs 8 now gives only 40Mb instead of 50MB earlier. Rs 18 pack data has been drastically

Telenor mulling over merger of Indian unit with Tata Teleservices

Norwegian telecom company, Telenor is reportedly exploring stake acquisition options in Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL) and has initiated talks with the company for the same. Incidentally, Telenor’s Global President and CEO Jon Fredrik Baksaas is scheduled to be in Delhi on Thursday. He is also expected to hold a press conference that day. Japan’s NTT DoCoMo owns a 26 per cent stake in Tata Teleservices which it acquired from the TATA

Tata Docomo increases 2G tariff in a bid to equalize the 2G and 3G tariffs

Tata Docomo which is often praised for offering the most affordable data packs in the country have silently hiked the 2G tariff in Punjab circle. The Rs.95 pack which had 600MB of 3G data now offers only 475MB. 1GB Data pack which was charged earlier at Rs.126 is now hiked to Rs.148. The Rs.56 recharge which used to give the users free data usage of 350MB now gives only 300MB

Tata Docomo launches FRC-51 for customers in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana regions

Tata Docomo has launched a new first recharge coupon-51 (FRC) for its new prepaid GSM customers in the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana regions. Under the new plan, the FRC is available at Rs. 51, and it offers full talktime on all top up recharges starting at as low as Rs 10, for 6 months. Plus, FRC 51 also provides talk time of Rs 30, 100 free SMSs every day for 30 days, and

Tata Docomo starts offering create your own number services

Tata Docomo has started a new service called "Create Your Own Number" which will allow its customers to create their own 10-digit mobile number. With this, Tata Docomo customers can walk into any Tata Docomo brand store and create a number based on preference for existing numbers, birth dates, favourite numbers or anything simple to remember. “For the millennial generation, their smartphones have become an extension of their personalities. Many favour specific device

Tata Docomo Launches ‘Photon Max Wi-Fi Duo’ , offers download speed upto 9.8 Mbps

Tata Docomo has launched ‘Photon Max Wi-Fi Duo’, advanced Wi-Fi  EVDO data card with built-in 4400 mAh power bank . The product comes with a price tag of Rs 2899 and currently available at brand stores in Mumbai and Delhi. Docomo Photon Max WiFi Duo is equipped with high speed Wi-Fi connectivity up to 5 devices. The built-in 4400 mAh power bank ensures battery back-up along with internet to your gadgets. It also comes equipped with 32 GB Micro

Interview: Avinash Gabriel, COO of Wi-Fi Business, Tata Teleservices speaks about various aspects of public Wi-Fi services in India

India is slowly catching up with the need for staying connected always. Recognising this need for Internet-on-the-go, Tata Docomo is focusing and working towards providing Wi-Fi services in public places. It aims to be a leader in promoting the concept of ‘Smart Lifestyles’ in the country. We spoke to Avinash Gabriel, COO-Wi-Fi Business at Tata Teleservices to get an understanding about various aspects of public Wi-Fi services. Find the conversation

Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) has about 11 million customers by end of November, of these 36% are in Mumbai

Indian operator, Tata Teleservices has over 10.92 million subscribers at the end of November. Of these, around 4.12 million were in Mumbai alone. However, Tata Teleservices served over 9.41 million mobile subscribers, 793,091 fixed-line customers, and 710,336 FWT users by end of November. The company offers GSM and CDMA services in 19 telecom circles, including nine 3G circles in the country under the unified brand name Tata Docomo. The telco

TATA Docomo revamps its 3G network using Nokia Networks

TATA Docomo, one of India’s premier operators, is set to offer high-quality mobile broadband services to its customers. Finnish data networking and telecom equipment company, Nokia Networks Wednesday said that it has upgraded TATA Docomo 3G network to HSPA+ (High-Speed Packet Access) technology in Karnataka, Haryana & Punjab circles. “Due to the steep growth in mobile broadband traffic, the operator has modernized its 3G network based on Nokia Networks’ Single

Tata Docomo now offers 2GB 3G data and Rs 300 talktime on Rs 299 online recharge

As part of Great Online Shopping Festival (GOSF), Docomo is offering 2GB 3G data + Rs 300 talktime on online recharge of just Rs 299 at TATA Docomo website. For non-3G circle the offer will be 2GB 2G data + Rs 300 talktime and for data card users only get 2GB data on Rs 299 recharge. The offer is available only for 3 days of GOSF during 10th to 12th December