Vodafone Idea's Balesh Sharma has stepped down from the position of chief executive officer, the company said. Ravinder Takkar, currently Vodafone Group’s representative in India, will be appointed as his successor with immediate effect.
“Currently, SC has granted an interim stay of TDSAT judgement. It is subject to the outcome of full and final hearing of all the operators,” said an RCom official.
BSNL, Vodafone and Idea recorded average upload speed of 1.2 Mbps on 3G network in July, while Airtel registered a lower upload speed of 0.6 Mbps.
Ravinder Takkar will be appointed as the new MD and CEO with immediate effect, the company said in a statement.
In absolute terms, Vodafone Idea continued to lead the total subscriber tally at 38.34 crore, followed by Jio with 33.12 crore and Bharti Airtel with 32.03 crore.
Tapadia brings with him an experience of over 24 years with organisations like Netmagic Solutions, Trimax, Global Cloud Xchange, Genpact and Reliance Infocomm.
This time, it is going to be in the urban digital TV market, inducing customers of Bharti Airtel, Tata Sky and Siti Cable to switch to the new service provider, analysts said.
5G smartphones are now priced around $1,000 (Rs 71,000) globally, which needs to drop to a maximum $300.
The telco is prepared to let go of low-paying customers and derive more revenue from existing ones.
Something doesn’t add up. If the outlook is so rosy, why is Ambani hitting the brakes on a seven-year, $100 billion investment spree?
The telco has started talks with several automakers for potential partnerships.
Jio’s chase for half a billion 4G customers signals continued pricing onslaught.
Anshuman Thakur , strategy head for Jio, said that the telecom company is ready for 5G and has the network and backhaul in place
The CMD said that SMEs spend Rs 15,000 and RS 20,000 per month for a bundle of tools that help in connectivity, productivity and automation.
Ambani's move could spark a price war in the Indian cloud market, expected to grow to $5.6-bn in next 5 years.
Owing to the early adoption of the ongoing enhancements to LTE technology, the telco’s wireless network is already 4G.
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