With a net debt of 443 billion rupees as of end-March, RCom is the most leveraged among listed Indian telecom companies.
The regulator has abandoned an approach suited to India. Is it any wonder that its decision has sparked allegations of being skewed in favour of one company?
Incumbents Airtel and Idea, for whom net IUC income accounts for roughly 15% of their wireless business, are likely to be hit hard.
While firms in the FMCG and auto sectors have done well, certain power, steel and telecom companies – where access to natural resources and political connections are crucial to success – have performed horribly.
Existing satellite capacity can be used for Digital India if the DoT can bypass DoS and ISRO to negotiate with private operators – but is this possible?
New Delhi: The total number of telephone connections in the country crossed the record one billion mark in May, bolstered by growth in number of mobile users. At the end of May, the total number of telephone connections stood at 1,002.05 million, of which 975.78 million connections were wireless […]
Auditor pulls up Department of Telecom for causing loss of thousands of crores by favouring, failing to impose fines on private operators