Nokia and Bharti Airtel tied up to introduce Ovi Life Tools service targeted at providing Airtel’s mobile customers with access to relevant content on agriculture, education and entertainment.
Super slim Nokia X3 Touch and Type, with a unique combination of a touch screen and traditional 12 button phone keypad.
Lava Mobile, one of the leading mobile brands in India is proud to be the first handset brand to incorporate Rupee Symbol in mobile phones.
India to have 19 Million WiMAX subscribers by 2012
MTS, the mobile telephony services brand of Sistema Shyam TeleServices Limited (SSTL) today celebrated the 63rd Independence Day and facilitated the freedom fighters with MTS Products and Services as a token of gratitude for their role in leading India to freedom after a long struggle against the colonial rulers.
Heroes creator Tim Kring and the Ovi by Nokia-powered new social benefit entertainment pilot, Conspiracy For Good(TM) (CFG, http://www.conspiracyforgood.com/), concluded successfully this past weekend with more than half a million downloads of CFG casual games and apps from Nokia’s Ovi Store, over 4,000 dedicated members
Mobile Telephony in Rural India – Reaching out to the Bottom of the Pyramid
Nokia C3 smartphone introduced in April 2010 by Nokia has got overwhelming response in Vietnam, reports Nokia Conversations Blog.
Vodafone is offering 20% discount to its postpaid mobile customers choosing USA or China International Roaming plans. Discount is applicable only when the customer roams to AT&T or T-Mobile network in USA, and China-Mobile network in China.
Tata Docomo harbinger of innovative telecom tariff concept “Pay only for what you use” in India. The company has announced same concept for internet browsing with a never-before service ‘Pay per site’.
While browsing the Shekhar Kapur’s blog, got an interesting story on how he came to know the vital entrepreneurship India has and simply being ignored. The interesting story forced me to share it on Teleguru for our telecom enthusiasts.
Canadian Blackberry smartphone developer RIM (Research in Motion) is in news due to serious security concern by various countries. One of the main reasons to worry is the messages and data is being routed through RIM’s servers based in Canada. Countries like India and United Arab Emirates (UAE) have already shown their concerns about the security issues these governments have with RIM’s Blackberry services…