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Mobile subscriber base grows to 1.035 billion in March 2018: COAI

Mobile subscriber base grows to 1.035 billion in March 2018: COAI

India’s private telecom service providers have a total of 1.035 billion subscribers. This includes subscriber figures of Aircel, RJio & MTNL as of February 2017, said a report from COAI
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Despit Reliance Jio agressive push, Airtel holds top position with 29.63% market share, says...

At the end of August 2017, India’s private telecom service providers had a total of 948.54 million subscribers and the numbers include those of Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd, said Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI).
Tikona currently has 20 MHz spectrum in the 2300 MHz band in Gujarat, UP (East), UP (West), Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh circles. Airtel plans to roll-out 4G services on the newly acquired spectrum in the five circles immediately after the closure of the transaction, said a statement from Airtel. (Photo/Agency)

Tikona 4G spectrum acquisition fills the gap that Airtel had in the TDD-LTE band:...

Airtel’s acquisition of Tikona’s 4G spectrum fills the gap that it had in the TDD-LTE band mainly in UP East, UP West and Rajasthan circles, said research firm Gartner
“Airtel’s acquisition of Tikona’s 4G spectrum fills the gap that it had in the TDD-LTE band mainly in UP East, UP West and Rajasthan circles. With this acquisition Airtel will have nationwide TDD-LTE spectrum,” said Rishi Tejpal, Principal Research Analyst, Gartner.

After Vodafone-Idea deal, now Bharti Airtel to acquire Tikona Networks’ 4G business

After the Vodafone-Idea deal, Bharti Airtel has now entered into a definitive agreement with Tikona Digital Networks to acquire Tikona’s 4G Business including the Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) spectrum and 350 sites, in five telecom circles
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