Indian smartphone makers revamp offerings in face of Chinese blitz
Indian smartphone makers revamp offerings in face of Chinese blitz - India Today
Indian manufactures are busy revamping products they offer in the smartphone segment after seeing their market share erode over the last year due to Chinese competition.

Telecom OTT apps create $98 billion consumer surplus: report ...
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Rich Interaction Applications (RIAs) can bridge the digital divide, be a critical tool to drive the Digital India Programme, says a joint study by Broadband India Forum and WIK

Third-party service centres: Key to India's growing smartphone ...
Third-party service centres: Key to India's growing smartphone ... - Deccan Chronicle
Most renowned smartphone brands in India are relying on outsourcing after-sales service to retain existing customers with quality services.

TRAI Looks At Net Neutrality Norms To Prioritise Financial Transactions
TRAI Looks At Net Neutrality Norms To Prioritise Financial Transactions - Inc42 Media
According to people in the telecom industry, the regulator needs to clearly define what kind of financial and critical services should be allowed to be accorded priority

Is Reliance Jio Planning To Change The Face Of Ecommerce?
Is Reliance Jio Planning To Change The Face Of Ecommerce? - Inc42 Media
According to people in the telecom industry, the regulator needs to clearly define what kind of financial and critical services should be allowed to be accorded priority

Market Now: RIL, Bharti Airtel among most active stocks in terms of value
Market Now: RIL, Bharti Airtel among most active stocks in terms of value - Economic Times
According to people in the telecom industry, the regulator needs to clearly define what kind of financial and critical services should be allowed to be accorded priority

Govt clarifies Airtel Bank to blame for customers not getting LPG subsidy credit
Govt clarifies Airtel Bank to blame for customers not getting LPG subsidy credit - Moneycontrol.com
The Oil Ministry said it has received multiple complaints about non-credit of LPG subsidy amount to their bank accounts.

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