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Aircel reports data surge from OTT partnership

Aircel, India’s sixth-largest mobile operator, says data usage has increased by a quarter in areas …

Indias mobile market drops by over 20M

India’s mobile subscriber base dropped during July from 965.52 million to 944.81 million, a decline …

Nokia: Indias most trusted brand

Nokia has been named as the most trusted brand in India, beating Indian companies such as Tata

Indian authorities question telco transactions

India’s Economic Times reports that the country’s Income Tax department has questioned transactions between two Reliance companies and DB Reality, as part of an investigation into the issue of 2G licences.

Report: India plans 700MHz auctions

The Indian government has set an end-2011 target for public service broadcaster Doordarshan and other government agencies to move out of the 700 MHz part of the spectrum so that an auction of the freed-up radio frequencies can take place in 2012, according to Economic Times.

Aircel launches first 3G services in Chennai

Aircel has become the latest Indian operator to launch 3G, rolling-out services in the southern city of Chennai.

TRAI set for new 2G spectrum pricing proposals; Reliance gets all-clear on Swan Telecom investment

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) will shortly publish new proposals on pricing 2G mobile spectrum, says chairman JS Sarma.

Reliance Industries backs TD-LTE technology over WiMAX

Momentum behind TD-LTE technology in India has grown further with news that regional greenfield operator Reliance Industries – previously a proponent of rival technology WiMAX – has successfully trialed TD-LTE services ahead of its plans to launch commercial services

Report: Apple in Indian CDMA iPhone talks

India is the latest country to be linked to launch of a new CDMA iPhone, with the Wall Street Journal reporting that Apple is in talks with Reliance Communications and Tata Teleservices on development of a device.

Indian price war puts start-ups at risk

New GSM licensees accounted for less than 2% of the market by 2Q10 as they struggled to build market share in the cut throat economic environment of the Indian mobile sector