Indian telecoms operators who recently won the 3G spectrum are estimated to place orders worth $3 billion for the telecom equipment initially as the new service is being rolled out through out the country.
Mobile network operator Orange seemingly is on the surge to become the first ever service provider to offer high-definition voice calls via its new service called as HD voice feature. According to a report by the France-Telecom company the design has been made so to cut out on the background noise and offer better voice clarity.
The mobile company Orange is the first mobile network in the UK to provide the service of higher quality mobile voice calls for the first time. This new technology of high definition voice calls will reduce the background noises and crackles which disturb the mobile users during a normal mobile voice calls.
Leading handset maker, Nokia has announced the launch of long awaited dual SIM phones named C1-00 and C2-00 in the Indian market on August 31, 2010.
Nokia C1-00 supports two SIM cards but only one at a time and the user will have to restart the phone to change to the other SIM. The phone allows users to diver calls to the other SIM so that the users do miss any call on wither SIM card.
Essar Group has informed that it has not taken any decision on the option to sell its stake in the joint venture with the British based mobile phone operator, Vodafone. Essar had 33% of stake in this telecom joint venture with Vodafone. However, the company has still time till May 2011 to make the decision on the JV.
Handset maker, Lephone has announced the launch of its new mobile handset, A10 with support for three SIM cards in the Indian market.
Lephone A10 features a 2.2 inch display screen and a 3MP camera with flash light. The handset comes with genuine IMEI and runs on Symbian operating system. Among other multimedia features it has MP3 playback, FM radio, wallpaper and video recorder.
The officials from India security agencies are expected to hold a meeting with Research in Motion (RIM) officials over the issue of monitoring data services on the popular BlackBerry series of smartphones.
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