We have put together a complete list of operators and circles which have been affected by the latest Supreme Court judgement in India. If you are using a number on any of the networks in the affected circles below, you should move your number to another operator or you might loose your number for ever. Continue reading “List of 122 2G Licenses cancelled across 22 Circles”
Tata Tele Services the company behind the Tata Indicom CDMA service and that Tata Docomo GSM service announced today it is getting rid of the Tata Indicom brand and merging it with the Tata Docomo brand. All Tata Indicom customers will be migrated to Tata DOCOMO. The company announced the Photon Max service which is based on Rev-B CDMA technology which promises higher speeds compared to the company’s Photon service.
Continue reading “Tata Indicom merged into Tata Docomo Brand , Photon Max Rev-B CDMA service launched”
Tata Teleservices Limited has launched Tata Photon on Rev.B that is based on Photon family on the CDMA platform. The latest Rev.B network is capable of scaling up to speeds of 14.7 Mbps. They also offer free national roaming and seamless coverage. Continue reading “Tata Teleservices launches Tata Photon on Rev.B, coming to 27 major cities”
Tata Teleservices which is the telecom unit of the Tata Group will merge both the CDMA and GSM divisions. It is also said to cut jobs by the end of this year based on non-performance, and the CDMA employees will be the one to be affected the most. Continue reading “Tata Teleservices to merge CDMA & GSM divisions”
Tata Indicom has launched Happy Family Plan for its postpaid customers. This plan costs Rs 499 / month and you can add up to 3 family members with 2 add on members, and it also offers the customers to manage a single bill for their entire family. Tata Docomo had launched similar postpaid family plans this April. Continue reading “Tata Indicom introduces “Happy Family Plan” for postpaid customers”
Tata Indicom has launched a new offer for its new prepaid customers that offers free national SMS and free talk time , on purchase of its QWERTY CDMA handset Alcatel OT-255C. Continue reading “Tata Indicom launches SMS Express offer for new prepaid customers”
Tata Teleservices and Acer have teamed up to launch the Aspire One – AOD 260 embedded netbook in India.The netbook comes Tata Indicom Photon Plus embedded inside which allows internet access uptp 3.1 Mbps. Continue reading “Acer launches Aspire One Netbook AOD260 with Tata Indicom Photon Plus Inside”
TATA Indicom has now rolled out BlackBerry plans for its prepaid mobile users too and has also introduced industry first BlackBerry weekly plans wherein prepaid customers can avail weekly BlackBerry usage benefits without having to pay for an entire month.
Continue reading “TATA Indicom brings BlackBerry services for Prepaid users along with Weekly Plans”
According to a recent report by the business standard, in a recent customer satisfaction survey, TATA idicom tops with 94% customer satisfaction followed by, Reliance and BSNL – 93%, Airtel- 91% and the recently launched service provider in the state – Vodafone – 89%. The report also adds that, this high level of Customer satisfaction by TATA Indicom users is just in the state of Orissa and not the entire country. Continue reading “TATA Tele Orissa Circle Tops Customer Satisfaction Survey”
I Guess, TATA Indicom was the only operator, among the top Indian cellular operators, that was not providing Missed call alert (MCA) service as of now. But, its a good news for TATA Indicom customers, that even they can now activate missed call alert service and keep track of calls that they miss during no coverage or when their mobile is switched off. Continue reading “Finally TATA too Introduces Missed Call Alert Service”
MChek is one of the most used mobile payment processing service, using which you can easily send and receive money to your bank account or else pay for goods or services, book air/railway tickets from your mobile, or pay your postpaid mobile bill and recharge prepaid mobiles. MChek is one the most used payment processing service and was first adopted by Airtel about a year ago.
Continue reading “After Airtel, TATA Indicom Ties up with MChek for Mobile Payment Processing!”
The BlackBerry will be on offer from Tata by October 2008.
Despite the controversy courted by the BlackBerry by the Department of Telecommunications, Government of India, Tata has undertaken to stand up for any policy changes that the government may undertake. Continue reading “BlackBerry from Tata Indicom soon”
By mid-2008, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, BSNL, will offer CDMA services to mobile users across the country.
The application rendered by BSNL for a full-fledged CDMA mobility license has been approved. Since BSNL is State-owned, it was exempted from shelling out Rs 1,651-crores entry fee, performance bank guarantee fee etc for the CDMA license.
“The initial investment for this project will be approximately $500 million,” said BSNL CMD, Kuldeep Goyal.
Continue reading “BSNL to launch CDMA services”
Choosing a CDMA operator for low call costs is fine. But if you are seriously unhappy about the handsets you are restricted to choose from, Samsung launched Samsung Max, the first open market CDMA handset in India.
“The availability of CDMA phones in the open market will provide Indian consumers freedom to choose network operator’s of their choice,” said Hyundai Kim, Vice President and Head – CDMA Division, Samsung Telecommunications India.
So you can not only choose to upgrade to the Samsung Max, availability of the handset in the open market will empower you to choose the operator too!
The Max is a slider multimedia phone that includes customised “Indian” features such as an Indian Calendar, a ‘panchang’, mobile prayer, a Cricket scorer and Hinglish SMS.
Continue reading “Samsung Max to CDMA rescue”