Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) has issued a notice for mobile users who have invalid IMEI(International Mobile Equipment Identity) numbers.
Ping has introduced a Ping STV 52 for its users in Punjab. Now Ping mobile users can make all local and STD calls at 1 paisa per second tariff rate to any network in the country.
Ping offers extra talk time to its users in Punjab. Along with extra talk time users can also make local and STD calls to any network in the country at 40 paisa per minute tariff rate.
Ping Mobile has introduced a new STV 61 for its prepaid users in Punjab. Now Ping Mobile users can get lifetime validity with 50 paisa per minute call rate to any network in the country.
Upside Learning has introduced M-Learning in association with Skill- Pill.
As the competition in the telecom market is getting more and more difficult. Every telecom operator is trying to attract customers and is offering many value added services and reducing the tariff rates. Loop Mobile has reduced the STD rates upto 40% for its prepaid and postpaid users.
MapmyIndia and Sygic (a navigation software provider) have introduced a new application ‘MapmyIndia Sygic Mobile Maps’ for mobile phones. With MapmyIndia Sygic Mobile Maps users can avail GPS navigation solution on their mobile phone.
Now it’s time to welcome a new Telecom operator- 'Uninor' in the market. Uninor has come up with a new tariff plan to attract users in 7 telecom circles. Uninor has announced two plans Talk More@29 Paisa & Pay Per Second Plan for its users.
There are already 11 telecom service providers in the country. Now its time to welcome a new telecom operator. Norwegian telecom firm Telenor (TEL.OL) is now launching operations in India.
Now people may have to adopt 11 digit number instead of 10 digit number for their mobile phones from 11 January 2010.