12 Jun 2011
Launching the cheapest ISD call rates in the Indian market, leading GSM mobiles services provider Videocon Mobile Services (VMS) has come up with new ISD package, establishing another milestone in the Indian Telecom Industry.
14 Oct 2013
New Delhi: Telecom major Airtel has increased international call rates by up to 80 percent in October 2013 mainly due to the impact of depreciation in rupee. Another leading operator Idea has also hiked international call rates by up to 25 percent, according to the company's website.
02 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Telecom regulator Trai is planning to start a consultation process to review call connect charges, also known as Inter-connection Usage Charges, for the telecom network -- a move that could bring down call rates.
16 Jan 2016
New Delhi: State-run BSNL yesterday said it has extended the scheme giving 80 percent reduction in mobile rates to its existing customers, with effect from January 16.
20 Dec 2015
New Delhi: To speed up customer acquisition, state-owned telecom firm BSNL has slashed mobile rates by up to 80 percent for the first two months under a scheme for new customers.
01 May 2015
New Delhi: With an aim to revive its landline business, state-owned BSNL went that proverbial extra mile by introducing an unlimited free calling scheme during night hours.
27 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Vodafone India on Sunday announced it was cutting down its call rates as part of its efforts to help people reach out to their friends and families in earthquake-hit areas of Nepal.
10 Jun 2015
Bengaluru: Telecom operator Aircel today announced its customers in five southern states will not be charged for incoming calls and need to pay only 1 paisa per second for making calls while they are on roaming in the region from June 11.
04 Mar 2015
Mumbai: Country's largest lender State Bank of India on Wednesday welcomed the second surprise rate cut by Reserve Bank and promised to take an "appropriate call" on its lending rates.
21 Dec 2015
New Delhi: Though, launching of expensive luxury cars make headlines and grab eye-balls, low cost cars have also their specific market share. There is a huge demand for cheapest cars in the developing countries like India as middle class can not afford expensive vehicles. Eyeing on the lower middle class, most of the car brands have been producing low cost cars.