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Airtel and Vodafone gearing up to fetch “iPhone 3G S” to India in August

Airtel and Vodafone gearing up to fetch “iPhone 3G S” to India in AugustThe new version of Apple’s super gadget iPhone – “iPhone 3G S,” which was uncovered in the United States earlier this week, will shortly be available for Indian users. The exclusive partners of Apple in India, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Essar are gearing up to fetch the iPhone 3G S to India in August.   

TDSAT stays BSNL notice to disconnect Vodafone from its network

TDSAT stays BSNL notice to disconnect Vodafone from its networkIt was quite a relief for mobile phone service provider, Vodafone Essar, when the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) on Thursday stayed a notice issued by Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) to disconnect Vodafone from its network.  

The government-operated, BSNL issued the notice to disconnect Vodafone from its network, alleging that Vodafone was illegally routing international calls through its (BSNL’s) local network, bypassing the BSNL network, which caused revenue loss to the PSU.

Marten Pieters to lead Vodafone Essar after Asim Ghosh

Marten Pieters to lead Vodafone Essar after Asim GhoshAsim Ghosh, Vodafone Essar chief executive would leave his post on March 31 after serving the company for over 10 years. However, he would serve in the Vodafone Essar's board as a non-executive member.

Marten Pieters, director on the board of Luxembourg-based Millicom International Cellular, will be appointed as new CEO of Vodafone Essar. He served as CEO of Celtel International BV, the second largest telecom operator of Africa, from August 2003 to January 2007.

Vodafone Unveils Its Blackberry ‘Storm’ In India

Vodafone Unveils Its Blackberry ‘Storm’ In IndiaLeading telecom operator Vodafone Essar and Research in Motion, the Canadian maker of the BlackBerry family of smartphones, have jointly launched 'Blackberry Storm' in the Indian market. 

Targeted at business and consumer markets, the newly launched device would be available in India from 15 January 2009.

Unlimited Music Service Unveiled By Vodafone In Australia

As from today, Vodafone users in Australia can download as much as music they Unlimited Music Service Unveiled By Vodafone In Australia want to their mobiles, for the fixed cost of $2.75 per week. This has led Vodafone to throw a real challenge at its competitors including iTunes and Bigpond Music in the music download market. 

Omnifone, the carrier music platform provider reported, “We are working on a version of the service, branded MusicStation that could be offered to home computer users.” 

Vodafone Reveals The Price Of Much Awaited 3G iPhone

The news is finally out. The 3G iPhone would be sold in India by Vodafone and the Vodafone Reveals The Price Of Much Awaited 3G iPhone 8GB model of the handset would cost Rs 31,000 ($712), while the 16GB model will cost Rs 36,100 ($828).

The costs are pretty high as India till now does not even have 3G services. However, it is being said the services would be available by next year.

Shaadi.com & Vodafone Offer Matrimony Service On Cell Phones

Now users can avail shaadi.com matrimonial service via Vodafone in their cellular Shaadi.com & Vodafone Offer Matrimony Service On Cell Phonesphones.

Vodafone Essar Limited and Shaadi.com have joined hand with an intention to launch ‘Shaadi.com’ on mobile phones.

In a plush event held in Mumbai, the companies made announcement of the first-of-its kind affiliation, which will bring India’s biggest matrimonial site to the widely used mobile service.

Powered by Mauj Mobile, the newly launched service can be used through WAP, SMS and Voice.

Vodafone Plans Major Push Into Broadband

The UK-based telecom giant, Vodafone is planning to enter in wireless broadband industry in India. It is already providing broadband in some markets. Vodafone is also concentrating its attention toward rural base of India. The company is expecting huge potential of business in rural India. It is expected to make huge investment to achieve its goal.  

The company has a strong base of 50 million customers and it is aiming for addition of 100 million customers by providing connectivity to rural India. Vodafone is talking with other companies for big deals in Asian and African countries.  

Vodafone, IT dept battle may shift to SC

Now, the next legal battle between Vodafone International and the IncomeVodafone, IT dept battle may shift to SC Tax (I-T) department will be fought in the Supreme Court. Both are fighting this legal battle over a tax case of $2 billion. Vodafone Plc's had purchased a 67% controlling stake in Hutchison Essar from Hutchison Telecom International (HTIL) last year but not paid tax that conform to Indian IT laws.

Vodafone and Airtel Starts Pre-registration For iPhone 3G In India

Vodafone and Airtel have opened online bookings for Indian customers so Vodafone and Airtel Starts Pre-registration For iPhone 3G In Indiathat they can easily book the most awaited product 3G iPhone in advance.

Both companies have started pre-registration for the iPhone 3G on their Internet sites.

The companies assured that once customers pre-register themselves, they don’t have to take the pain of standing in long queues for the phone.

However, there is no news that when Apple’s iconic iPhone will be available for the Indian customers.




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