Radio Mirchi has been expanding its digital footprints. The first step in this direction was the launch of Mirchi Mobile last year. Since its launch on Airtel last year, Mirchi Mobile has now been extended to almost all telecom operators in the country.
RW Promotions, a BTL advertising and promotions company, is very positive about its online digital channel mapping and monitoring system.
The Mobile Internet in India Report 2011, published by the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) and market research organisation IMRB, reveals that mobile internet users will touch a figure of 46 million in September, 2011.
MTNL in collaboration with Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd has announced the launch of 2G & 3G Value Added Services across Delhi and Mumbai. Shemaroo will not only be actively involved in packaging the content but will also manage the same on MTNL via its own 3G Video Delivery Platform.
Den Networks shares have crashed to a new low at Rs 5.03 billion. The downfall was caused by the recent wild swings in the global market. Shares of Den fell 9.93 per cent to close on 18 August at Rs 38.55 on the BSE after it hit lower circuit. This is the third big slide, after tumbling 20 per cent on both Tuesday and Wednesday.
Indian customers may have to wait longer to access television customized for mobile phones because the government has put its plan of formulating a mobile TV policy in the slow lane.
Telecom provider Reliance Communications is the first 3G operator in India to come out with its fully loaded Android tablet, worth Rs 13 K. The 3G Tablet is enabled with a 7-inch capacitive touch screen with Android 2.3 OS a,
Singapore-listed Unified Telecom has recently launched a host of mobile advertising services for state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) in the eastern region. The BSNL network will render new services like graphics,
Public sector broadcaster Prasar Bharati is set to expand All India Radio’s FM operations to 210 new cities and towns which would make it the largest player in the space. At present, Prasar Bharati operates
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has proposed to simplify the country's telecom landscape. It has suggested one tariff for each licence holder across the country, all-India mobile number portability and doing away with roaming charges.
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