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India: Lost connections

Monday, September 3, 2012 | More »

His accent is unmistakably Russian, but Vsevolod Rozanov faces one of the toughest jobs in Indian business. The chief executive of Sistema Shyam TeleServices found his company’s mobile phone licences abruptly cancelled by the supreme court this year, along with those of other foreign operators, i...

Telenor To Introduce Localised Apps & Operator Billing In The Android Market In 2012

Norwegian telecom firm Telenor that operates under the Uninor brand in India(through a JV with Unitech Group) and technology giant Google have entered into an agreement that will allow Telenor to offer location-specific mobile applications on Google’s Android Market (as a store-in-store concept). ...

17 November, 2011 | More »

Uninor To Launch Rights Issue In 2012

Norway’s Telenor said on Tuesday the planned rights issue by its Indian unit, Unitech Wireless, to raise RS 82 billion ($1.68 billion) will take place next year. Sigve Brekke, executive vice president of Telenor and its head of Asia, said the company, which trades under the brand Uninor, has n...

18 October, 2011 | More »

Telenor Requests Chandra To Step Down As Unitech Wireless Chairman

Norway’s Telenor said on Wednesday it has requested its India joint venture chairman Sanjay Chandra to step down from his post, following charges against him in a multi-billion dollar telecoms licensing scandal. Chandra is the managing director of Unitech Ltd, which is Telenor’s partner ...

20 April, 2011 | More »