Gemalto launches leading edge M2M LTE wireless module with 2G, 3G fall-back

Gemalto has launched a leading edge M2M Category 1 (Cat 1) LTE wireless module, which enables fall-back to 2G in Europe Middle East Africa and to 3G in North America for areas where LTE connectivity is not yet fully available. “Available in different variants, the new M2M module extends our fast growing portfolio of next generation LTE products for global use,” said Axel Hansmann, Vice President Portfolio & Strategy M2M… Read More


BSNL and Uninor offers the Cheapest 1GB 3G and 2G Data in Andhra Pradesh Circle

Communication mode and mediums have reached to the next level where users especially smartphone users are relying much on Data for communication instead of sms/voice. In this scenario i feel there is a need to stress more on Data plans and bring front a small comparison of Data packs among operators in respective circles one by one. Not only affordable pricing makes it but quality should also be given a… Read More


Bharti Airtel Increases 2G Data Tariff, Now 1GB 2G Data for Rs.155

India’s largest mobile service provider, Bharti Airtel, has increased 2G data rates by reducing free 2G Data usage and validity in all popular prepaid data packs, similar to its closest rivals, Vodafone India. Starting from Karnataka circle, Airtel has been cutting down on data freebies to its customers, has increased the price of its 1GB 2G data plan for prepaid users by 25% approx, and Airtel 2G prepaid customers will… Read More


Does India Need to Adopt Speed Based 3G Data Plans ?

In India, 3G services are yet to be a mass adopted technology unlike 2G is a massive hit. One of the reasons behind India’s poor uptake of 3G is internet speed over 2G network is still sufficient for web search, social networking and music download for many users. Operators and VAS companies are still to build to ecosystem apart from just internet for 3G services, which is lucrative enough for the… Read More


Operators Says Call Rates May Up By 30 Percent, Govt Says Difficult to Predict

India’s leading GSM mobile service providers – Bharti Airtel, Vodafone, Idea Cellular, Uninor and Videocon who are unhappy with the TRAI’s recommendations on spectrum, warned that high spectrum costs would lead to a 25-30% hike in call rates. While Government said it is difficult to predict likely changes in call rates of mobile telephones in the wake of cancellation of 122 licenses as per Supreme Court verdict. This is because,… Read More


Supreme Court To Centre, Grant New 2G Licences Till 31st August 2012

The Supreme Court today extended time till August 31 for the auction and grant of fresh 2G mobile service licences in connection with the 2G spectrum allocation case and further cited that operators having existing licence would continue till September 7. The Supreme Court also refused to grant 400 days to the Government to complete the process of fresh auctioning of the 2G spectrum and licences but extended the deadline… Read More


India Adds 8.77 Million GSM Subscribers in February 2012 – IDEA Leads

Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) today released India’s ‘GSM Subscriber Figures for February 2012. IDEA Cellular tops in the new subscriber additions, added a total of 2.5 million new GSM subscribers followed by Uninor that lost  licences in the SC’s 2G judgment, added the 2nd largest number of subscribers with 2.3 million in February. Idea Cellular now has more than 110 million GSM customers with a 16.8% market share.… Read More

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