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Animesh Rao 2021-11-19
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The growing use of smartphone and IoT ( Internet of Things) has positively impacted the development of the global market for cellular networks. It depends on the network coverage, data, fees payable for data access, and other additional services offered by players in the cellular network subscription industry. This reliance may have a significant effect on the subscription market for cellular networks. S)Alcatel Lucent (France)Bharti Airtel Ltd (India)NTT Docomo (Japan)Reliance Communications Ltd (India)Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (Singapore)China Mobile Ltd (China) Cellular Networks Market SegmentationThe global cellular networks market is analyzed on the basis of frequency, technology, and application and by connection type. 3 MARKET STRUCTURE2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY3 MARKET DYNAMICS4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARYMARKET FACTOR ANALYSISContinued…About Market Research Future:At Market Research Future (MRFR), we enable our customers to unravel the complexity of various industries through our Cooked Research Report (CRR), Half-Cooked Research Reports (HCRR), Raw Research Reports (3R), Continuous-Feed Research (CFR), and Market Research & Consulting Services.
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Animesh Rao 2021-11-09
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Cellular Networks Market SynopsisThe global digital twin market 2020, according to MRFR, is expected to surge at a substantial CAGR of 40% over the review period.

In the Study you will find new evolvingCellular Networks Market Trends, Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities generated by targeting market associated stakeholders.Cellular Networks Market HighlightsSmartphone use has augmented significantly in recent years and is projected to expand at much higher levels in the future.

Cellular network infrastructure has undergone different improvements depending on the use of traffic.In recent years, the global cellular network subscription market has shown tremendous growth and is expected to grow over a specified period due to the evolution of the mobile industry.

It is expected that smartphone, dongle, laptop, iPhone and iPad popularity will drive growth over the forecast period.

It depends on the network coverage, data, fees payable for data access, and other additional services offered by players in the cellular network subscription industry.Get Free Sample Copy @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/4654Increasing the use of smartphone and app has simultaneously improved user usability.

Cellular Networks Market Key PlayersMarket Research Future recognizes some of the key players in the global market asAT Inc. (U.S)Verizon Communications (U.S)Alcatel Lucent (France)Bharti Airtel Ltd (India)NTT Docomo (Japan)Reliance Communications Ltd (India)Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (Singapore)China Mobile Ltd (China) Cellular Networks Market SegmentationThe global cellular networks market is analyzed on the basis of frequency, technology, and application and by connection type.

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Bessie Scavotto 2021-07-05
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If Reliance’s new bets keep striking gold, the returns data for the next 15 years could look very different
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Gerald Hurtado 2017-11-29
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The problems at Reliance Communications are starting to become very well known, and it would appear one of its creditors has finally lost faith in the struggling telco.

According to the Financial Times, the Indian telco has been hit with an insolvency petition from its largest creditor China Development Bank.

It is another heavy blow after a couple of months which has seen it lose market share, revenues plummeting under intense pricing pressure and share price dropping drastically.

CEO Anil Ambani is certainly the brother feeling the sharp end of the stick.

For those who are not knee-deep in financial terms, an insolvency petition is essentially a creditor asking a court for a winding-up order.

Should the petition be successful, the court will place the company into what is called compulsory liquidation.

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Jerry Turk 2017-12-04
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There are three events which we think demonstrate this ignorance aptly; the growing pile of insolvency petitions at the Reliance Communications, Goldman Sachs trying to cut its exposure at serial spender Altice and BT’s fragile-looking gamble in the sports content space.

Unfortunately for Reliance Communications, this $70,000 bill (roughly) isn’t the only financial headache.

It shook the market, and Reliance Communications is just one of several telcos which has suffered.

BT’s gambling habit comes back to bite

CEO Gavin Patterson has led the charge to dominate the sports content world, but according to the FT, BT is scaling back its ambitious position in the sports stakes.

At a Morgan Stanley investor conference in Barcelona, Patterson is acknowledging the possibility BT might lose the Premier League rights auction in February, and is putting together a plan B.

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Jim Evans 2019-01-04
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Ericsson has filed its second contempt petition against Reliance Communications in the Indian Supreme Court asking for Chairman Anil Ambani to be arrested.

The dispute between Ericsson and Reliance Communications is not a new one, though this certainly steps the conflict up a level.

With previous lawsuits focusing on unpaid bills, Ericsson has requested be detained in civil prison and be barred from travel overseas unless he can guarantee the payment of 550 crore rupees (roughly $79 million) owed for various products and services.

According to The Economic Times, Ambani has previously given guarantees in court that the debt would be repaid to the Swedish vendor, though since the December 15 deadline is firmly in the past Ericsson executives have gotten twitchy.

The last filing asks Ambani be detained until there are concrete guarantees the bill will be paid.

Having missed the original payment in September, Ambani and Reliance Communications were given until December 15 to find the cash, though this has proved more difficult than expected.

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Shane Higgins 2017-10-30
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The telco has been in a bit of trouble for a while as debts continued to pile up (supposedly in the region of $6.8 billion), and it would seem the attempted acquisition of Aircel could be the final roll of the Reliance Communications dice.

Chairman Anil Ambani had promised cash reserves at Aircel would provide a more stable foundation for Reliance Communications, but both parties seemingly got sick of endless delays, abandoning any deal.

And the smell of blood has made its way to the noses of the cut-throat competitors; apparently the scavengers can’t even wait for the limping giant to die; the steaks are being carved out already.

While Airtel and Vodafone are already tucking in, Jio has been relatively quiet.

With one brother on the up and the other finding issues in the telco space, some have might believe Reliance Communications is an acquisition target for Jio.

It was after all Jio’s aggressive pricing strategy which was the beginning of all the pain in India.

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Richard Bond 2017-10-02
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A merger designed to take on the competitive threat of Jio seems to have been undone by the competitive threat of Jio.

Indian operator Reliance Communications (not to be confused with Reliance Jio, although the two are owned by competing members of the Ambani family) announced over a year ago that it was going to merge with fellow operator Aircell.

The move was presumed to have been catalysed by the disruptive entry into the Indian market of Jio.

12 months down the line and Reliance has decided not to follow through, complaining that “Legal and regulatory uncertainties, and various interventions by vested interests, have caused inordinate delays in receipt of relevant approvals for the proposed transaction.” The inference seems to be that the regulatory deck has been stacked against them, but those shady vested interests are not detailed.

In a full page of bullet-points preceding the announcement, Reliance laments “Unlimited free voice offers and irrational pricing by all industry participants have destroyed the profitability of the traditional 2G/3G mobile business.” This seems to be a direct dig at Jio, but the bullets go on to detail a new 4G-focused strategy reliant (excuse the pun) on network and spectrum sharing agreements with none other than Jio itself.

Other than the no-brainer move of focusing on 4G Reliance plans to focus on non-mobile B2B services, including overseas opportunities.

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Johnny Huff 2017-11-14
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Reliance Jio is flying high, its quarterly report implies Reliance Communications is dying a slow and painful death.

Total revenues for the quarter stood at roughly $407 million, compared to $768 million in the same period for 2016.

Reliance Communications also lost $431 million this quarter, compared to a profit of roughly $9 million in 2016.

This makes for a company which is in a lot of trouble; when the loss column is larger than the total revenue column, you have to start wondering what the point is.

Some might argue the profit didn’t come from a solid market performance, but creative accountants, therefore there was no foundation for the company to mount a defence against an aggressive disruptor.

And just to add fuel to the flames, the team has also said it has missed two bond repayments in recent weeks.

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Jason Vest 2021-06-14
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Over the past one year, Reliance Infra has advanced 281%, Reliance Capital 154%, Reliance Navel Engineering 160%, Reliance Communications 271%, while Adani Home Finance has jumped 180%
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Rickey Cameron 2018-01-02
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Apple admits it puts a speed-limit on older smartphones

While some might claim this is not news, it is perhaps the first time the iLeader has admitted to doing something a little dodgy.

The slower your phone, the longer between charges, and therefore it is a move which is entirely for the good of the consumer.

Getting the iChief to admit it has done something wrong is a monumental achievement, but it would appear this rare instance of humility is starting to bite back.

Reliance Communications offered a lifeline

Reliance Communications has seemingly be circling the drain for a lifetime, but there light be a glimmer of hope for the punch-drunk Indian telco.

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Sean Biro 2021-05-17
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Airtel beat market leader Reliance in terms of wireless subscriber additions in FY21.Airtel’s Q4 results suggest a higher than expected pressure on realizations and profit margins
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James Musick 2017-05-10

p Following the aggressive plans offered by Reliance Jio, Aircel is now trying to leverage the demand for low cost data packs by announcing a new 1GB 3G data pack for just Rs 76.

It’s important to specify that the network will only offer 3G data for the customers and not 4G.

This pack will have a validity of only 10 days, though, so you will effectively get 3GB of data for Rs 228 per month.

Aircel is also offering 100MB of additional data for every recharge over Rs 50.

There’s another 100MB of data up for grabs if you download the Aircel app from the Google Play Store or the iTunes App Store.

The carrier also announced free incoming calls while on national roaming across its networks, so the carrier has been in the news for quite some time now.

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Billy Haigh 2019-08-23
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The Orbic Journey V is Verizon’s newest “basic, simple phone” with no smartphone, Android, or iPhone features of which to speak.

This is the phone which the average young person, or more likely their dad, will buy in defiance of smartphone trends, and will use for many years to come.

Assuming this phone lasts longer than its 2-year monthly payment period, there’s a good chance owners will continue making use of this hardware until it’s completely worn out.

The Orbic Journey V has features like “well-spaced keys” and “2 large screens.” This device is a flip phone, which means it can be kept folded up in its users’ pocket to keep its internal screen safe from damage.

The external screen “makes it easy to view notifications” without having to flip the phone fully open.

Inside this relatively compact flip phone is a 1400 mAh battery.

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mandar khisti 2020-03-04

The Cellular Networks Market is expected to grow at approximately at 40 % of CAGR between 2018 and 2023.

The global cellular networks market is segmented on the basis of technology, frequency, and application and by connection typeGlobal Cellular Market by technology (2G and 3G, 4G, 5G), by frequency (Edge, UMTS, LTE), by application (mobile phones, USB/power dongles, modem/router), by type of connection (post-paid, pre-paid)Get Free Sample copy of Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/4654Market Insights:According to a new report by Market Research Future (MRFR), the global cellular networks market is predicted to expand at an above average CAGR during the forecast period (2017-2023) due to the tremendous usage of smartphones in the recent years.The usage of smartphones has increased tremendously in the recent years and is expected to grow at a rapid pace in the coming years.

The antenna has been designed to tackle some of the data traffic previously being handled by the existing cell towers.

The technology initially started with EDGE technology that served GSM mobiles and later shifted to universal mobile telecommunications system (UMTS), which is commonly known as 3G.

Besides, mobile data availability and its cost-effective prices are predicted to be the major drivers fuelling the growth of the market.Cellular IoT has several advantages such as deep indoor penetration, broader coverage, and smaller module size which are preferred in high-density situations.

Cellular networks are prompting the utilization of IoT and are anticipated to showcase tremendous growth in the global market during the assessment period.However, the emergence of Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) like SigFox and LoRA, along with other costs of cellular modules might hinder the growth of the cellular networks market in the coming years.Global Cellular Networks Market Segmentation:Cellular networks market has been segmented based on technology, frequency, application, type, and region.The market has been segmented into 2G and 3G, 4G and 5G based on technology.

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Charles Gilbert 2020-09-16
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Telecom operator Airtel is likely to come up with low-end smartphones at an affordable price in India later this year.
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Animesh Rao 2021-11-19
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The growing use of smartphone and IoT ( Internet of Things) has positively impacted the development of the global market for cellular networks. It depends on the network coverage, data, fees payable for data access, and other additional services offered by players in the cellular network subscription industry. This reliance may have a significant effect on the subscription market for cellular networks. S)Alcatel Lucent (France)Bharti Airtel Ltd (India)NTT Docomo (Japan)Reliance Communications Ltd (India)Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (Singapore)China Mobile Ltd (China) Cellular Networks Market SegmentationThe global cellular networks market is analyzed on the basis of frequency, technology, and application and by connection type. 3 MARKET STRUCTURE2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY3 MARKET DYNAMICS4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARYMARKET FACTOR ANALYSISContinued…About Market Research Future:At Market Research Future (MRFR), we enable our customers to unravel the complexity of various industries through our Cooked Research Report (CRR), Half-Cooked Research Reports (HCRR), Raw Research Reports (3R), Continuous-Feed Research (CFR), and Market Research & Consulting Services.
Bessie Scavotto 2021-07-05
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If Reliance’s new bets keep striking gold, the returns data for the next 15 years could look very different
Jerry Turk 2017-12-04
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There are three events which we think demonstrate this ignorance aptly; the growing pile of insolvency petitions at the Reliance Communications, Goldman Sachs trying to cut its exposure at serial spender Altice and BT’s fragile-looking gamble in the sports content space.

Unfortunately for Reliance Communications, this $70,000 bill (roughly) isn’t the only financial headache.

It shook the market, and Reliance Communications is just one of several telcos which has suffered.

BT’s gambling habit comes back to bite

CEO Gavin Patterson has led the charge to dominate the sports content world, but according to the FT, BT is scaling back its ambitious position in the sports stakes.

At a Morgan Stanley investor conference in Barcelona, Patterson is acknowledging the possibility BT might lose the Premier League rights auction in February, and is putting together a plan B.

Shane Higgins 2017-10-30
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The telco has been in a bit of trouble for a while as debts continued to pile up (supposedly in the region of $6.8 billion), and it would seem the attempted acquisition of Aircel could be the final roll of the Reliance Communications dice.

Chairman Anil Ambani had promised cash reserves at Aircel would provide a more stable foundation for Reliance Communications, but both parties seemingly got sick of endless delays, abandoning any deal.

And the smell of blood has made its way to the noses of the cut-throat competitors; apparently the scavengers can’t even wait for the limping giant to die; the steaks are being carved out already.

While Airtel and Vodafone are already tucking in, Jio has been relatively quiet.

With one brother on the up and the other finding issues in the telco space, some have might believe Reliance Communications is an acquisition target for Jio.

It was after all Jio’s aggressive pricing strategy which was the beginning of all the pain in India.

Johnny Huff 2017-11-14
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Reliance Jio is flying high, its quarterly report implies Reliance Communications is dying a slow and painful death.

Total revenues for the quarter stood at roughly $407 million, compared to $768 million in the same period for 2016.

Reliance Communications also lost $431 million this quarter, compared to a profit of roughly $9 million in 2016.

This makes for a company which is in a lot of trouble; when the loss column is larger than the total revenue column, you have to start wondering what the point is.

Some might argue the profit didn’t come from a solid market performance, but creative accountants, therefore there was no foundation for the company to mount a defence against an aggressive disruptor.

And just to add fuel to the flames, the team has also said it has missed two bond repayments in recent weeks.

Rickey Cameron 2018-01-02
img

Apple admits it puts a speed-limit on older smartphones

While some might claim this is not news, it is perhaps the first time the iLeader has admitted to doing something a little dodgy.

The slower your phone, the longer between charges, and therefore it is a move which is entirely for the good of the consumer.

Getting the iChief to admit it has done something wrong is a monumental achievement, but it would appear this rare instance of humility is starting to bite back.

Reliance Communications offered a lifeline

Reliance Communications has seemingly be circling the drain for a lifetime, but there light be a glimmer of hope for the punch-drunk Indian telco.

James Musick 2017-05-10

p Following the aggressive plans offered by Reliance Jio, Aircel is now trying to leverage the demand for low cost data packs by announcing a new 1GB 3G data pack for just Rs 76.

It’s important to specify that the network will only offer 3G data for the customers and not 4G.

This pack will have a validity of only 10 days, though, so you will effectively get 3GB of data for Rs 228 per month.

Aircel is also offering 100MB of additional data for every recharge over Rs 50.

There’s another 100MB of data up for grabs if you download the Aircel app from the Google Play Store or the iTunes App Store.

The carrier also announced free incoming calls while on national roaming across its networks, so the carrier has been in the news for quite some time now.

mandar khisti 2020-03-04

The Cellular Networks Market is expected to grow at approximately at 40 % of CAGR between 2018 and 2023.

The global cellular networks market is segmented on the basis of technology, frequency, and application and by connection typeGlobal Cellular Market by technology (2G and 3G, 4G, 5G), by frequency (Edge, UMTS, LTE), by application (mobile phones, USB/power dongles, modem/router), by type of connection (post-paid, pre-paid)Get Free Sample copy of Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/4654Market Insights:According to a new report by Market Research Future (MRFR), the global cellular networks market is predicted to expand at an above average CAGR during the forecast period (2017-2023) due to the tremendous usage of smartphones in the recent years.The usage of smartphones has increased tremendously in the recent years and is expected to grow at a rapid pace in the coming years.

The antenna has been designed to tackle some of the data traffic previously being handled by the existing cell towers.

The technology initially started with EDGE technology that served GSM mobiles and later shifted to universal mobile telecommunications system (UMTS), which is commonly known as 3G.

Besides, mobile data availability and its cost-effective prices are predicted to be the major drivers fuelling the growth of the market.Cellular IoT has several advantages such as deep indoor penetration, broader coverage, and smaller module size which are preferred in high-density situations.

Cellular networks are prompting the utilization of IoT and are anticipated to showcase tremendous growth in the global market during the assessment period.However, the emergence of Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) like SigFox and LoRA, along with other costs of cellular modules might hinder the growth of the cellular networks market in the coming years.Global Cellular Networks Market Segmentation:Cellular networks market has been segmented based on technology, frequency, application, type, and region.The market has been segmented into 2G and 3G, 4G and 5G based on technology.

Animesh Rao 2021-11-09
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Cellular Networks Market SynopsisThe global digital twin market 2020, according to MRFR, is expected to surge at a substantial CAGR of 40% over the review period.

In the Study you will find new evolvingCellular Networks Market Trends, Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities generated by targeting market associated stakeholders.Cellular Networks Market HighlightsSmartphone use has augmented significantly in recent years and is projected to expand at much higher levels in the future.

Cellular network infrastructure has undergone different improvements depending on the use of traffic.In recent years, the global cellular network subscription market has shown tremendous growth and is expected to grow over a specified period due to the evolution of the mobile industry.

It is expected that smartphone, dongle, laptop, iPhone and iPad popularity will drive growth over the forecast period.

It depends on the network coverage, data, fees payable for data access, and other additional services offered by players in the cellular network subscription industry.Get Free Sample Copy @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/4654Increasing the use of smartphone and app has simultaneously improved user usability.

Cellular Networks Market Key PlayersMarket Research Future recognizes some of the key players in the global market asAT Inc. (U.S)Verizon Communications (U.S)Alcatel Lucent (France)Bharti Airtel Ltd (India)NTT Docomo (Japan)Reliance Communications Ltd (India)Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (Singapore)China Mobile Ltd (China) Cellular Networks Market SegmentationThe global cellular networks market is analyzed on the basis of frequency, technology, and application and by connection type.

Gerald Hurtado 2017-11-29
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The problems at Reliance Communications are starting to become very well known, and it would appear one of its creditors has finally lost faith in the struggling telco.

According to the Financial Times, the Indian telco has been hit with an insolvency petition from its largest creditor China Development Bank.

It is another heavy blow after a couple of months which has seen it lose market share, revenues plummeting under intense pricing pressure and share price dropping drastically.

CEO Anil Ambani is certainly the brother feeling the sharp end of the stick.

For those who are not knee-deep in financial terms, an insolvency petition is essentially a creditor asking a court for a winding-up order.

Should the petition be successful, the court will place the company into what is called compulsory liquidation.

Jim Evans 2019-01-04
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Ericsson has filed its second contempt petition against Reliance Communications in the Indian Supreme Court asking for Chairman Anil Ambani to be arrested.

The dispute between Ericsson and Reliance Communications is not a new one, though this certainly steps the conflict up a level.

With previous lawsuits focusing on unpaid bills, Ericsson has requested be detained in civil prison and be barred from travel overseas unless he can guarantee the payment of 550 crore rupees (roughly $79 million) owed for various products and services.

According to The Economic Times, Ambani has previously given guarantees in court that the debt would be repaid to the Swedish vendor, though since the December 15 deadline is firmly in the past Ericsson executives have gotten twitchy.

The last filing asks Ambani be detained until there are concrete guarantees the bill will be paid.

Having missed the original payment in September, Ambani and Reliance Communications were given until December 15 to find the cash, though this has proved more difficult than expected.

Richard Bond 2017-10-02
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A merger designed to take on the competitive threat of Jio seems to have been undone by the competitive threat of Jio.

Indian operator Reliance Communications (not to be confused with Reliance Jio, although the two are owned by competing members of the Ambani family) announced over a year ago that it was going to merge with fellow operator Aircell.

The move was presumed to have been catalysed by the disruptive entry into the Indian market of Jio.

12 months down the line and Reliance has decided not to follow through, complaining that “Legal and regulatory uncertainties, and various interventions by vested interests, have caused inordinate delays in receipt of relevant approvals for the proposed transaction.” The inference seems to be that the regulatory deck has been stacked against them, but those shady vested interests are not detailed.

In a full page of bullet-points preceding the announcement, Reliance laments “Unlimited free voice offers and irrational pricing by all industry participants have destroyed the profitability of the traditional 2G/3G mobile business.” This seems to be a direct dig at Jio, but the bullets go on to detail a new 4G-focused strategy reliant (excuse the pun) on network and spectrum sharing agreements with none other than Jio itself.

Other than the no-brainer move of focusing on 4G Reliance plans to focus on non-mobile B2B services, including overseas opportunities.

Jason Vest 2021-06-14
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Over the past one year, Reliance Infra has advanced 281%, Reliance Capital 154%, Reliance Navel Engineering 160%, Reliance Communications 271%, while Adani Home Finance has jumped 180%
Sean Biro 2021-05-17
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Airtel beat market leader Reliance in terms of wireless subscriber additions in FY21.Airtel’s Q4 results suggest a higher than expected pressure on realizations and profit margins
Billy Haigh 2019-08-23
img

The Orbic Journey V is Verizon’s newest “basic, simple phone” with no smartphone, Android, or iPhone features of which to speak.

This is the phone which the average young person, or more likely their dad, will buy in defiance of smartphone trends, and will use for many years to come.

Assuming this phone lasts longer than its 2-year monthly payment period, there’s a good chance owners will continue making use of this hardware until it’s completely worn out.

The Orbic Journey V has features like “well-spaced keys” and “2 large screens.” This device is a flip phone, which means it can be kept folded up in its users’ pocket to keep its internal screen safe from damage.

The external screen “makes it easy to view notifications” without having to flip the phone fully open.

Inside this relatively compact flip phone is a 1400 mAh battery.

Charles Gilbert 2020-09-16
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Telecom operator Airtel is likely to come up with low-end smartphones at an affordable price in India later this year.