Vodafone Idea offers prepaid validity extension for low-income feature phone subscribers
Bharti Airtel on Monday had announced an extension in the validity period of more than 8 crore pre-paid connections until April 17 as well as credited talk time of Rs 10 in these accounts. BSNL and MTNL too have announced they will extend validity period of their prepaid mobile services till April 20 and offered Rs 10 additional talktime even after zero balance, to enable users stay connected during the 21-day nationwide lockdown.
Lockdown: Trai tells telcos to ensure continuous services
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DoT suspends radiation, subscriber audit; telcos seek suspension till lockdown ends
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Big announcement for EPFO subscribers under PM Gareeb Kalyan Scheme, govt will pay workers' PF for 3 months
This will be applicable for establishments with up to 100 employees, where 90% of employees drawing less than Rs 15,000 salary. Benefiting 4.8 crore employees the govt also amended EPFO regulations to allow workers under EPFO to draw up to 75% of their non-refundable advance or 3 months of wages, whichever is lower.
COAI urges subscribers to use data networks responsibly to free up infra for critical services
COAI's appeal to public comes at a time when data usage has surged nearly 30 per cent over the last few days in the wake of lockdowns, work-from-home and social distancing measures adopted to contain the spread of coronavirus. Modi on Tuesday announced a complete lockdown for 21 days in an unprecedented move to halt the spread of the pandemic.
Covid-19: Telecom operators brace for a sharp drop in subscriber additions
Operators said net subscriber additions may fall by at least 2 million in March alone, and may dip further if the social isolation advisories are kept in place for a long duration. There is not vaccine yet to treat Covid-19, which has infected over 200,000 people worldwide and killed more than 8,000.
China’s mobile carriers lose 15 million users as coronavirus bites
The rare industry wide slump in subscribers shows the pandemic crisis that first emerged in China late last year is crimping growth even at businesses that provide essential services and earn monthly revenue.
Covid-19: EPFO urges its subscribers to avail various services online
"In view of government of India guidelines to contain spreading of COVID-19, Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) advises it members, pensioners and employers to avail various online services offered by EPFO, from the comfort of their homes, and to avoid visiting EPFO offices," the Employees Provident Fund Organisation said in a statement on Friday.
Bharti Airtel may gain 30 mn subscribers in FY21: Fitch
Fitch said its stable outlook for Bharti Airtel reflects its view that the equity injections and tariff increases are more than sufficient to offset the rise in debt to pay regulatory dues based on adjusted gross revenue (AGR) of up to $4.9 billion (₹35,000 crore).
SBI Card IPO subscribed 88% on Day 2
The company has already raised Rs 2,769 crore from 74 anchor investors, including 12 mutual funds.
SBI Cards IPO opens: Should you subscribe?
The management is confident that the IPO will sail through amid the ongoing market conditions.
Antony Waste Handling IPO subscribed 50% on Day 3
Antony Waste Handling proposes to utilise the net proceeds towards reduction of the consolidated borrowings of the company .
Antony Waste Handling Cell IPO subscribed 13% on Day 2
The price band of the issue is set at Rs 295-Rs 300 per equity share.
Antony Waste Handling Cell extends IPO period; issue subscribed 50% on Day 3
Analysts said one may subscribe to the issue only for long-term gains.
RITES OFS non-retail quota subscribed 1.3 times
The company expects to raise a total of Rs 745 crore from the offer.
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