Tata Docomo launches National Mobile Number Portability

July 02, 2015: Tata Docomo, the unified telecom brand of Tata Teleservices Limited (TTL) has announced the launch of National Mobile Number Portability (MNP). This will now allow customers to retain their mobile number while shifting from one circle to another anywhere across India. This can be done by simply …

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Brocade networks

Brocade’s Customer Solution awarded for Most Innovative NFV Deployment Strategy

Brocade (NASDAQ: BRCD) today announced that it has been named a winner in the ight Reading 2015 Leading Lights awards program in two distinct categories: its unique approach for the Brocade SDN Controller won for Most Innovative SDN Product Strategy and the Brocade Virtual Evolved Packet Core (rvEPC) solution won …

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tata

Tata Docomo: Unlimited Rs 899 postpay plan in Mumbai

Tata Docomo, the unified telecom brand of Tata Teleservices has announced the launch of their Truly Unlimited Plan at Rs 899 for their postpay customers in Mumbai targeted at upwardly mobile young achiever – self-employed or professional. The plan offers unlimited local and STD calls to all networks and 500 …

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solutions infini

Solutions Infini- When you need to SMS a million people

At some point, you likely got an SMS after a commercial transaction. Solutions Infini could be the company behind some of those bulk SMS messages you’ve been getting. Founded by Ashish Agarwal and Aniketh Jain, Bangalore-based Solutions Infini, which was rated the 6th fastest growing tech company in India by …

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NET

Who’s afraid of net neutrality? Fascists, that’s who! Part 1

Net neutrality is a good thing, plain and simple. It benefits aam aadmi, big business and everyone in between.  But try telling that to Airtel. Bharti Airtel’s CEO, Gopal Vittal, according to Airtel’s 2014 annual report, already receives a paltry Rs. 42,461,019/- ($680,659.86) per annum, in contrast to Executive Chairman, …

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FCC's Tom Wheeler

FCC fines AT&T $25 million for theft of customer data

The United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is slapping rogue telecom behemoth AT&T with a $25 million fine for what it says is the company’s failure to protect the privacy, personal data and social security numbers of its paying customers. The complaint indicates that AT&T’s employees stole private information from …

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