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Kunal N Talgeri
The Tata Group has always been a step behind the leaders in the mobile telephony business. Some of it was due to reasons beyond our control, says Mukund Govind Rajan, Managing Director of Tata Teleservices Maharashtra, one of two group companies in this business. But the 41-year-old is confident the group’s new GSM play and the onset of number portability will help it gain ground on rivals. He tells Kunal N Talgeri why.
Magazine | Oct 03, 2009
Anurag Prasad
After a few hiccups, Norwegian firm Telenor is poised to roll out telecom services in India. The company is targeting a market share of 8% in the next three to five years. Sigve Brekke, Telenor’s Asia head, tells Anurag Prasad how it plans to achieve that despite being a late starter.
Magazine | Sep 19, 2009
Anurag Prasad
Nokia is launching a well-stocked app store to arrest its sliding fortunes. But it won’t be easy to make it fire.
Magazine | May 30, 2009
Ashish Gupta
Sam Pitroda wanted universal access for telecom services. He braved the system to make it happen.
Magazine | May 16, 2009
Anurag Prasad
It’s not just the government that’s dithering on 3G. Even operators are happy to delay investments
Magazine | Feb 21, 2009
Nandita Datta
Neurosynaptic Communications’ affordable tele-medicine solutions help rural folk access quality medical care
Magazine | Oct 04, 2008
Anurag Prasad
Telecom operators are morphing from providers of phone services to integrated communication players. And that could well reshape the telecom business
Magazine | Sep 20, 2008
Anurag Prasad
The MTN deal fallout notwithstanding, Indian operators will keep pushing into overseas emerging markets and rural areas for growth
Magazine | Jun 14, 2008
Anurag Prasad
Mobile wallets are already a rage in Japan and elsewhere. In India, the concept is all set to pick up
Magazine | May 03, 2008
Anurag Prasad
Innovative technology and focused marketing may just do the trick for firms willing to tap the bottom-of-the-pyramid
Magazine | Apr 19, 2008
Anurag Prasad
The Tata-Virgin branding deal has opened a new front in the war for mobile supremacy
Magazine | Apr 05, 2008
Anurag Prasad
DoT’s move to allow a greater number of operators in a circle will change many things in the telecom industry
Magazine | Feb 09, 2008
Anurag Prasad
3G could well be this year’s telecom darling, if Telecom Minister A Raja’s plans go by the script
Magazine | Jan 12, 2008
Anurag Prasad
Policy measures that favour stiffer competition, set low entry barriers and stifle additional spectrum allotment may lead to chaos and losses
Magazine | Dec 01, 2007
Anurag Prasad
With the telecom operators aligning their subscriber acquisition strategy around low-cost handsets, Chinese vendors are emerging as the leaders
Magazine | Nov 03, 2007
Anurag Prasad
What had begun as a partnership of equals between Birlas and Tatas to create Idea Cellular has now soured into a full-blown clash of egos
Magazine | Sep 20, 2007
Anurag Prasad
With 3G and WiMax roll-outs just round the corner, the Indian wireless ecosystem is poised for a technological jump
Magazine | Aug 05, 2007
Anurag Prasad
Phase II of the Indian cellular story is underway. The industry is abuzz with talks of consolidation and M&A deals . A shakeout will soon separate the men from the boys of telecom
Magazine | Jul 20, 2007
Anurag Prasad
It’s the norm in the developed world, but has yet to catch on in here. Bundling will be the name of the game as post-paid, non-voice and 3G will script India’s mobile story
Magazine | Jul 20, 2007
Anurag Prasad
Phase II of the Indian cellular story is underway. The industry is abuzz with talks of consolidation and M&A deals. A shakeout will soon separate the men from the boys of telecom
Magazine | Jul 05, 2007