The uproar in the telecom industry continues. While Reliance Jio’s unprecedented entry and growth in the Indian telecom landscape has surprised many, the incumbent operators are trying everything they can (quite literally) to stand the battleground by launching multiple luring offers.
Though, Reliance Jio is widely rumoured to roll out its own DTH services soon, along with a smart set-top-box, looks like Bharti Airtel has beaten Ambani’s company this time at least. Airtel has launched an Android-based set-top-box, which can essentially convert any standard
ACT Fibernet, an Indian telecommunications company, is making the high-speed internet connection, which was available only for enterprises, accessible for every individual. ACT Fibernet has announced the launch of 1Gbps wired broadband internet service in India. The high-speed broadband connectivity
Indian telecom sector is witnessing yet another consolidation move with Bharti Airtel entering into a definitive agreement with Tikona Digital Networks to acquire Tikona’s 4G Business including the Broadband Wireless Access spectrum and 350 sites, in five telecom circles, the country’s largest
NEW DELHI, INDIA: Bharti Airtel through its subsidiary Bharti Airtel Services has acquired a strategic equity stake in fintech company, Seynse Technologies, which built a digital lending platform, Loan Singh to provide easy loans for credit-worthy yet underserved borrowers. Seynse
Airtel’s payment bank has expanded its operations to 200-plus villages across Rajasthan, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka with at least one Airtel Payments Bank outlet in each village offering basic banking services, including cash deposits, withdrawals, and seamless money transfer