Chaze rolls-out dual-SIM handset ‘Chotu’ in India

According to the Technology news, Chaze Mobile has recently announced the roll-out of a dual-SIM, which is a multimedia handset and he company named the new mobile as ‘Chotu’ in the Indian market.

The new Chaze Chotu handset is powered with some amazing features as it has 4.6cms TFT display, dual standby, FM radio, 1.3MP camera with zoom, multi-format music player with T26 speaker and web apps, 4GB expandable memory slot and 1050 mAH battery.

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Loop Telecom demands 4,700cr in 2G Licence fee refund

Taking a step to bearing its all losses due to cancellation of 2G licences, Loop Telecom on Tuesday approached the telecom sector’s tribunal TDSAT, seeking refund of total 4,700 crore from the government and TRAI regulator.

The refunded amount includes Rs. 1,454 crore as entry fee paid while in 2008 obtaining 21 telecom licence issued by former telecoms minister A Raja.

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2G Case: Charges framed against Ravi Ruia and Anshuman Ruia

2G Scam 150x150 2G Case: Charges framed against Ravi Ruia and Anshuman RuiaThe fresh news, a special CBI court on Friday produced the bail to all five businessmen who were allegedly charged of criminal conspiracy to cheat the government in connection with a case arising out of the 2G spectrum licensing scandal.

Five business men are- billionaire Ravi Ruia and Anshuman Ruia from the Essar group, Loop Telecom’s I P Khaitan and Kiran Khaitan and Essar group director Vikash Saraf.

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Bharti acquires 49% in Qualcomm unit worth Rs 907 crore

In a race to be the strongest telecom firm in fast strengthening high speed broadband internet services, Bharti Airtel is on the top by signing a Rs 907 crore deal with Qualcomm Asia Pacific, fourth-generation (4G) broadband venture.

According to the deal, around 49% stake in Qualcomm Asia Pacific’s Indian broadband wireless access (BWA) entities with licences to offer 4G data services in four circles of Delhi, Mumbai, Haryana and Kerala, has been acquired by Bharti Airtel, being fully owned by 2014.

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Airtel, Idea slashes 3G tariffs rates by 70%

Stepping forward as like Indian Telecom Industry leader Bharti Airtel to cut tariff of 3G, Aditya Birla Group firm Idea Cellular on Tuesday surprised with a move of slashing its 3G tariffs by up to 70 percent.

“The new tariff plan aims to make internet usage within the reach of rural, mid-town customers at home and will help first time users to experience the benefits of 3G. Idea’s objective is to drive mobile internet usage for the mass market,” the company announced in a statement.

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Bharti Airtel reduces 3G plan rates by 70%

Telecom Company, Bharti Airtel, providing 3G services across 21 telecom service recently said to offer 70 % cut prices of its third-generation 3G mobile data services under some plans, in wake of a direct move to boost usage of the services in the country which allow faster Internet on phones and video calls.

This price slash move that may change market dynamics also brought by leading mobile phone companies that have announced mobile tariffs could go up by 100% if the government accepts Trai’s proposals.

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Garmin rolls-out new GPS devices in India, worth Rs. 8450

Indian telecom market is being a wider scope segment not only for Indian companies, also for foreign based.

It one big example is recently the World’s largest GPS device maker, US-based Garmin Corporation launched of its nuvi 40LM and 50LM devices, seeking a vast scope of investment in Indian mass “affordable market segment”.

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