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The Department of Telecommunications, abbreviated to DoT, is a department of the Ministry of Communications of the executive branch of the Government of India.
Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) on Tuesday welcomed the Department of Telecom (DoT) decision to approve the applications of telecom service providers (TSPs) for conducting 5G trials.
Bharti Airtel said on Tuesday it has acquired 355.45 MHz spectrum across sub-GHz, mid band and 2,300 MHz bands for a total consideration of Rs 18,699 crore in the latest spectrum auction conducted by the Department of Telecom.
The government on Thursday announced simplified guidelines for BPOs and ITES companies to reduce the compliance burden on them ...
As many as 20 illegal mobile signal repeaters were removed from several locations across New Delhi after inspections were carried out on Friday by the Wireless Monitoring Organisation, Department of Telecom (DoT) with relevant authorities.
The Department of Telecom (DoT) has firmly decided to tell Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) not to use Chinese equipment in its up-gradation to 4G network, which is the part of its rehabilitation package, according to sources.
In relief for telecom companies grappling to clear the adjusted gross revenue (AGR) dues, the Supreme Court on Thursday ...
Fact Check Unit of Press Information Bureau has clarified that the Department of Telecom is not providing free internet to all users till May 3, 2020, to enable them to work from home by clicking on a given link.
The Department of Telecom is set to issue an approval letter for the merger of Tata Teleservices' consumer mobile business with Airtel next week while deciding not to pursue the case in the Supreme Court after the court declined to stay telecom tribunal TDSAT order that had cleared the deal with some payment.
After the Supreme Court on Thursday rejected the telcos' plea to review its 24 October adjusted gross revenue (AGR) ruling, under which they have to pay nearly Rs 1.02 lakh crore as statutory payment to the government by January 23, Airtel and Vodafone Idea (VIL) said they could file curative petitions.
Ahead of the January 23 deadline to pay their adjusted gross revenue (AGR) dues, Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea and Tata Teleservices on Thursday received a second blow from the Supreme Court within three months after the court rejected their plea to review its AGR ruling under which telcos have been asked to pay nearly Rs 1.02 lakh crore as statutory payment to the government.