Vodafone Group and Aditya Birla Group may infuse $400 million in Vodafone Idea to support the company clearing off dues and growth, it's been reported.
India's state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is finally moving closer to bring 4G services to its subscribers.
The new concept is unlikely to be a panacea for the problems that service providers face in emerging markets.
The Indian government is exploring ways, like out-of-court settlements, to bring down the number of legal cases it is embroiled in with service providers.
Things are hotting up in the Indian space race.
India's second-largest service provider, Airtel, has decided to increase its data center business infrastructure.
The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue between India, the US, Japan and Australia wants to protect supply chains in critical areas like semiconductors and 5G.
For the first time in months, India's third-largest service provider is on somewhat positive footing.
In a much-anticipated move, the Indian government has finally approved a relief package and several new reforms for the telecom industry.
OneWeb's constellation grows to its halfway mark of 322 after its tenth launch, while Amazon picks a fight at the FCC with Elon Musk's Starlink.
Excessive greed by regulators and inside government may have killed India's telecom golden goose.
Demand for optical networking products is soaring, to judge by Ciena's outlook, but a shortage of stock will put a dent in sales.
India's second-largest operator is fundraising – it's looking for investment from Google, while the board approves a $2.86 billion rights issue.
With vendors still conducting trials, India's state-owned operator is unlikely to be able to launch its 4G service for some time.
The Vodafone Idea crisis shows no sign of resolution. One option could be a merger with state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL).
If the Jio-Deutsche Telekom deal comes through, it will be the first telco acquisition by an Indian telco in Europe.
Indian vendors are upping the game where 5G products are concerned thanks to the departure of Chinese vendors and the Aatmanirbhar (self-reliance) push.
Recent judgment rejecting telcos' appeal to rework the Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) dues again puts a question mark over Vodafone Idea's survival in India.
India's Supreme Court rejected the appeal by telcos, including Vodafone Idea, to rectify the 'errors' in the Adjusted Gross Revenue calculations.
Despite multi-billion-dollar losses, military coups and spats with aggressive shareholders, the Norwegian operator is still enthused by markets to the east.