The handset maker had recently inked agreements with Telangana and Kerala state governments to develop and support start-ups and entrepreneurs working in areas specific to image processing, battery, 5G networks, payments, Artificial Intelligence, and gaming.
It has started talks with banks and more nonbanking financial companies to launch more services, having brought on board Aditya Birla Finance, Money View, EarlySalary, Zestmoney and CreditVidya.
"The mobile phone mess was the scam-tainted legacy of UPA. We have set it right, expanded mobile telephony with consumer satisfaction. Also Committed to making BSNL/ MTNL professional and profitable," Prasad said a day after Congress alleged that private operators were set to gain Rs 36,000 crore every month from the tariff hikes.
In its advisory, the agency said One-Plus clarified that no payment card, bank account detail or password was breached and has stated that all affected users have been notified by email. OnePlus, however, on Monday said it was working with authorities to further investigate the system breach.
“OnePlus has notified impacted users that we have discovered some of their order information was accessed by an unauthorised party. We took immediate steps to stop the intruder and reinforce security. Before making this public, we informed our impacted users by email,” the company said.
iPhone maker Foxconn said that it may look at extending its manufacturing capabilities to make more ecosystem devices in India for domestic and global needs and is currently awaiting clarity from the govt on the Remission of Duties or Taxes on Export Products scheme, which will allow the company to drive ‘mobile plus’ capacity.
Apple has brought several changes to the phone this time, including a faster processor, called A13 bionic.
The International Telecom Union has dismissed a proposal of the Department of Telecommunications – pushed by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) – to restrict transmission power of 5G mobile base stations, and has upheld the view of the telecom industry at the World Radio Communications-2019 conference in Egypt.
“We wanted to change the definition of the premium segment. It is not about pricing but giving experience. We are offering all features from the latest chipset to the fastest charging. we will keep on expanding the portfolio. It is just an entry and we have many more devices to come,” Madhav Sheth, India CEO.
Gear vendors panic over Vodafone Idea situation; Huawei, ZTE, Nokia exposure goes up with new wireline contracts
Although Ericsson, Nokia, Huawei and ZTE haven’t officially reached out to VIL seeking their dues, they are closely watching the evolving situation, which may adversely affect their respective India revenue streams, already stressed due to lower spending on network expansion and upgrades this year, executives of vendor companies said.
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