Is it end of the road for BSNL? DoT asks telco to stop tenders

Once market leader, State-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has fallen into deeper trenches in recent times. The firm that has been struggling to pay its employees their salaries, has now been asked to put all its tenders on hold. Continue Reading

Road ahead for crisis hit telecom operators BSNL and MTNL

State-owned crisis-hit telecom operators BSNL and MTNL in a bid to turn around their loss-making spree may be looking to leverage their assets to private players to generate income and offer VRS packages for employees to bring down salary bills.
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India’s telecom user base grows to 119.2 cr, Jio gains 1 cr customers

Mobile telephony dominates Indian telecom market with 98 per cent market share. The number of telephone subscribers in the country increased to 119.2 crore in October from 119.14 crore in September… Continue Reading

BSNL union members decide to postpone strike

Members of the All Unions and Associations of BSNL’s (AUAB) strike which was announced today has been postponed.
The strike was announced over non-issuance of the third pay revision and various other demands. The decision of the strike was taken during a meeting which was convened 14 November. Continue Reading