STel, the telecom venture of Shiva Group is all way to move out from the telecom business sector of the country, as it is going to sell out its movable telecom assets via an auction procedure. STel was one of the new telecom operators who was granted licenses in 2008. STel was a regional player with commercial 2G services available in Orissa, Bihar and Jharkhand, Himachal Pradesh, Assam and North... Read More
Amidst of all telecom related mess up, it seems everyone is so concerned about 2G spectrum - its policy, allocation, reserve price and all these. But the whole thing is so messed up, considering 2G spectrum is mainly for voice, which is in turn as bread and butter for consumers and operators. But Govt. is not doing anything to get back the 3G spectrum from STel, one of the operators... Read More
Bahrain Telecommunication Company (Batelco), which has left Indian telecom following the cancellation of STel's permits in February 2012 is looking for a re-entry in India's telecom market. As per the report by middle east's daily 'The National' Batelco CEO Sheikh Mohamed bin Isa Al Khalifa is planning to invest in existing mobile operator in India. Batelco is not interested in participating in upcoming 2G auction. In 2009 Batelco invested $225... Read More
S Tel whose mobile service licenses has been canceled by the Supreme Court under 2G verdict has decided to wind-up its operations in all the six circles where it won licences in 2008. S Tel today launched "Online Portal" to help-out its customers to generate UPC code to port out from its network and swicth to any other operator using Mobile Number Potablity (MNP). The company said in a statement... Read More
S TEL whose mobile service licenses has been canceled by the Supreme Court last week, has now openly asked its customers to Port Out from its Network using Mobile Number Portability (MNP). In a statement posted in its official portal it says "as our most valued subscribers, we would also like to inform that if you may so deem fit, you may opt for exercising the mobile number portability option... Read More
What comes as a predicted move after the cancellation of licenses Bahrain Telecom (Batelco) has decided to sell off its entire stake from STEL. Batelco had 43% stake in STEL and this move makes first foreign operator to exit India. As per DNAIndia the agreed time frame for completion of the sale is the end of October, 2012. STel hold its licences in Bihar, Orissa, Himachal Pradesh Assam, North-East and... Read More
After Cheers Mobile (Etisalat DB) Outage its now the turn of another small GSM operator - S Tel which is down in Orissa, Bihar-Jharkhand and in other circles from last 12 days. We were getting constant complaints from STel subscribers in Orissa and Jharkhand and one of reader Sonu alerted us regarding the same. Same as Cheers Mobile, STel has passive infrastructure sharing agreement with Reliance Communications for the 4... Read More
S Tel recently introduced special Start up Kit SUK 99, a bonanza offer bundled with free minutes every day and daily data usage at the cost of one with inbuilt longer validity for its subscribers in the state of Assam. Startup Kit at Rs.99 once activated, let’s S Tel subscriber enjoy a multitude of benefits for a onetime cost with longer validity of 90 days. With this starter kit consumers... Read More
S Tel today announced a series of attractive tariff plan under a common umbrella of CHOTE MIYAN BADE MIYAN for its subscribers in Odisha. S Tel subscribers can now choose a plan of their choice to match their budget and specific needs from a plethora of larger (Bade Miyan) as well as smaller denomination (Chote Miyan) plans comprising of rate cutters, bulk minutes for every segment ( Local, STD, ISD... Read More
STel today announced the launch of ‘Self Recharge’ concept for its subscribers. S Tel customers can now choose a plan of their choice to match their budget everyday through a simple product activation code and recharge by themselves anywhere. Subscribers will now be able enjoy a plethora of S Tel products at lower denominations with validity of 1 day. STel subscriber can now simply type *123*# to avail product benefit.... Read More
S Tel today announced the launch of International calls at 1p/sec for its domestic subscribers as well as international tourists visiting Bihar this festive week. S Tel’s ‘Passport Pack 99’ priced at just 1p/sec for international calls let’s subscribers enjoy talk time of Rs 60 for a validity of 30 days. The subscriber can also avail benefit to make ISD Calls @ Rs 0.01/sec to Tibet/China/Singapore (M)/ Hongkong (M) /... Read More
S Tel, today announced the launch of new concept for prepaid recharge dubbed as 'Happy Hours' offer in Himachal Pradesh telecom circle. S Tel subscribers with ‘Happy Hours’ offer now have the freedom and flexibility to avail Full Talk Time on a any prepaid recharge chosen anytime between 9 am to 11 am in Himachal Pradesh circle. S Tel with this innovative and simple concept, also first time ever in... Read More
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