Non-telecom revenue: Govt allowed to bill telcos

The issue is unlikely to end here as operators are likely to challenge it before the Supreme Court.

DoT moves SC against TDSAT order on 3G roaming pacts

DoT said that “roaming” was a service and not a facility and hence holder of a UAS licence could provide services to subscribers restricted only to its own network.


Standing still

If India’s ‘Doing Business’ rank is to improve, government must address stasis in telecom sector.

The 3G syndrome

TDSAT rightly indicts government for playing games with investors in the telecom sector.

TDSAT allows intra-circle 3G roaming, rips into govt

“Govt cannot be seen playing games in a matter of national importance”

Tribunal upholds telcos’ 3G roaming pacts, quashes fines

‘Govt can’t be seen playing games in a matter of national importance’.


HC relief for news broadcasters

Bench of Chief Justice N V Ramana and Justice Manmohan admitted the news broadcasters’ plea.

Vodafone misrepresented facts in SIM renting case: Matrix

In 2007,the DoT had alleged Vodafone,Airtel and Idea rented SIMs to Matrix Cellular in bulk,violating subscriber verification norms.

Spectrum allocation: Adopted a fair and reasonable process,says DoT

DoT has admitted that the one-time fee was to be levied from July 2008.

Briefly Business: 3G row: SC asks Bharti Airtel to approach TDSAT

The Supreme Court Monday allowed Bharti Airtel to move the TDSAT over its intra-circle roaming facilities.