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  1. 3G Wireless Routers

    Using Tplink foe morethan 3 mnths...wrkng perfctly.... Sent from my MB612 using Tapatalk
  2. NEW DELHI, MARCH 27: Under intense pressure from the Russian Government, India may consider working out a solution to grant some relief to Sistema Shyam Teleservices Ltd (SSTL). According to official sources, SSTL's case may be treated differently from others whose licences were ordered to be cancelled because it is the sole operator based on CDMA technology. The basic premise for cancelling the licences is that the first-come-first-served policy was not followed properly when licences were given out in January 2008. But in the case of SSTL, the company would have anyway got the licence being the only applicant for CDMA spectrum. The Russian Minister of Economic Development, Ms Elvira Nabiullina, raised Sistema's case during a meeting on Tuesday with the Indian Commerce, Industry and Textiles Minister Mr Anand Sharma here, they said. They added that Mr Sharma told Ms Nabiullina that the Government has taken cognisance of the issue and pointed out that it has filed a review petition in the 2G case. He added that he will ascertain the latest position after talking to other Cabinet Ministers. Inter-ministerial consultations will be on soon to find out what can be done within the parameters of Indian laws, the sources said, adding that the relief could be in the form of relaxed auction rules. One option is to restrict the auction for CDMA spectrum only among new players that would give a reasonable chance for the Russian major to buy back spectrum at lower cost. SSTL was among those companies hit by the landmark Supreme Court order in February cancelling 122 spectrum licences granted during the then Telecom Minister, Mr A. Raja's tenure, on finding that their allocation was carried out “illegally”. Sistema had recently invoked the provisions of the India-Russia Agreement for Promotion and Mutual Protection of Investments in a bid to settle their dispute. Sistema had said if the dispute is not settled amicably by August 28 , it reserves the right to start proceedings against India before an international arbitration tribunal set up in accordance with the Arbitration Rules of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law and/or in any other available forum. SOURCE:http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/industry-and-economy/info-tech/article3251590.ece?homepage=true&ref=wl_home
  3. HP Veer 4G - No Display But Phone Working

    how much it costed you?...maybe you need to change front panel...
  5. i am too facing same problem and i inserted me old sim in nokia 6265 & 6235 but after entering *3001#12345# no menu is being opened....now what is going wrong?
  6. Sistema Shyam Teleservices (MTS India), the telecom operator focusing primarily on data services, has reported a data card subscriber base of 0.58 million for the quarter ended 31st March 2011 (Q1-11), up 36% (around 150,000) from the 0.43 million it reported at the end of December 2010. Non-voice revenues from both data and mobile VAS for the quarter reportedly went up by 33% Q-o-Q to Rs 58.8 crore, which was around 25% of the companys total revenue. Quarter on quarter, data and VAS revenues increased from Rs 44.2 crore reported the last fiscal. The company says it has expanded its data services business to 130 cities in India, including all 5 metros. Unlike the previous quarter, MTS hasn’t reported data card ARPU. For December 2010, it reported a Data Card ARPU of Rs. 274. Blend ARPU was the same quarter on quarter, albeit at a very low figure of Rs 82. While MTS has pointed out a declining ARPU in the market, note that other telecom operators have focused on a “reducing decline”, saying that price competition is reducing. The company says in a statement that ”…SSTL in May 2011 awarded the world’s first CDMA EV-DO Rev. B Phase 2 commercial contract. The company plans to commence roll out of EV-DO Rev. B in Rajasthan by Q3 2011.”
  7. that's a great news...kudos to MTS...+1 from me
  8. MTS slashes base tariff to half paisa per second, new revolution in Indian telecom In one of the most daring and audacious moves in Indian telecom sector in the last two years, the Russian operator MTS has cut down all STD and local charges to half a paisa per second. The offer is around 20-50% cheaper than the lowest tariffs offered by competitors in the country. Most operators are currently offering 50 paise per minute as their cheapest, 'no rent' tariff. Half a paisa per minute works out to around 27 paise per minute, as the average length of a call in India is around 54 seconds. The MTS tariff will be available without any fixed charge such as Rs 100 or 200 per month. The base rate for India's biggest operators like Vodafone and Airtel is 1.2 paise per second in most circles. The new operators have not been able to match the 1 paise per minute offer of Tata and Reliance and the new move is likely to make them even more unhappy. However, to move to this scheme, subscribers will have to pay Rs 191 as a one-time fee. They will also have to ensure that they use at least Rs 900 per six months, or Rs 150 per month. MTS is one of India's newest operators and uses the CDMA technology. Because of this, it is impossible to use the connection on the usual GSM handsets, though the old number may be retained through MNP. MTS was also in the news for offering a Rs 16,000 smartphone from HTC free to any subscriber who commits to a minimum bill of Rs 1,500 per month for 18 months. The first network to take such a drastic 'tariff action' was Tata DoCoMo, which introduced the 1 paise per second scheme a year and half ago. This was followed by the 50 paise to anywhere scheme from Reliance. Uninor, one of the new operators, offers nearly unlimited local calls for Rs 198 in some circles. However, the cheapest STD tariffs in India are still around 40 paise per minute and require the consumer to pay a fixed amount, such as Rs 50 per month, as 'rent' for the scheme. Videocon has, however, recently introduced a scheme in which consumers who pay Rs 25 per month as rent can make the first 15 minutes of call -- whether STD or local -- at 25 paise per minute. Operators are interested in offering even lower rates, but the Telecom Regulator (TRAI) has imposed a 20 paise per minute minimum amount that has to be paid to the operator of the listening subscriber. TRAI is currently in the process of lowering the tariff to 10 or 15 paise, though the move is opposed by Airtel and Vodafone. “We are constantly looking at opportunities to engage and excite our customers. As a part of this endeavour, we have now taken our ½ paisa per second proposition to the next level," said Leonid Musatov, Chief Marketing & Sales Officer, MTS India. Sistema, the mother firm of MTS, is one of the World's biggest companies and mobile operators. Old operators in India have found their share of new subscriber additions go down drastically due to such tariff war by new operators. However, many subscribers switch back to old ones because of the poorer network reach of some of the new operators. source: http://rtn.asia/512_mts-slashes-base-tariff-half-paisa-second-readies-spilling-blood
  9. wait for lucknowites is now over....finally
  10. complete article: ZTE wins world's first CDMA EV-DO Rev.B Phase 2 commercial contract Announcement / Corporate May 19, 2011, 19:08 IST Also wins Network expansion contract for 10 circles in India ZTE Corporation (“ZTE”) (H share stock code: 0763.HK / A share stock code: 000063.SZ), a publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, today announced that it has won the world’s first CDMA EV-DO Rev.B Phase 2 commercial contract from Indian telecom operator, Sistema Shyam TeleServices Ltd (SSTL). SSTL operates its telecom services across India under the brand MTS and has over 11 million wireless customers. ZTE has also won the CDMA expansion contracts and EV-DO upgrade contracts for 10 circles of SSTL. The EV-DO Rev.B Phase2 commercial launch will commence in Rajasthan. The commercial use of EV-DO Rev.B technology will greatly enhance the existing service speeds of mobile broadband for SSTL. Compared to EV-DO Rev.B Phase1, the Phase2 technology can further enhance the BTS cell capacity, spectrum efficiency and peak rate, achieving high speed rate as high as 4.9 Mbps in single frequency carrier and 14.7 Mbps in three frequency carriers bundle. At the same time, ZTE’s solution based on SDR Uni-RAN technology can realize the system upgrade by just changing the channel card and software, which would protect the investment of SSTL to the fullest. “We are excited to partner with ZTE Corporation for further up gradation of our telecom network including the CDMA EV-DO Rev.B Phase 2 roll-out. This would enable us to cater to the fast growing demand for high speed mobile broadband in the country. SSTL currently provides high speed mobile broadband services in over 150 towns across India”, said Mr. Vsevolod Rozanov, President & Chief Executive Officer, Sistema Shyam TeleServices Ltd. “We are very proud that we have won the world’s first CDMA EV-DO Rev.B Phase 2 commercial contract from SSTL and it serves to showcase our global leadership. This contract will serve to further enhance SSTL’s service offerings and strengthen the strategic partnership between the two companies. We will continue to provide world-class products and services to the Indian market and focus on enhancing our leadership position”, said Mr. Cui Liangjun, CEO, ZTE India. ZTE and SSTL have been strategic partners since 2008. This win underlines that ZTE’s CDMA technology, engineering services and other integrated capabilities have been fully recognized by SSTL ZTE is a global leader in CDMA technology. By Mar. 2011, ZTE’s CDMA base station capacity was raised up to 300 million lines and the cumulative shipments of CDMA base stations has been more than 310,000. With a market share of 32.5% share of the CDMA market, ZTE is the global leader in the CDMA market. ZTE’s CDMA EV-DO Rev.B has been deployed by 7 operators in China, Indonesia, Morocco, Pakistan, Romania, etc. In CTIA Wireless 2011, ZTE stood out with the first CDMA ultra-compact multi-carrier “ZTE Gecko” base station and was awarded the “"CTIA 2011 emerging technologies award”. About ZTE ZTE is a leading global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions with the most comprehensive product range covering virtually every sector of the wireline, wireless, service and terminals markets. The company delivers innovative, custom-made products and services to over 500 operators in more than 140 countries, helping them to meet the changing needs of their customers while achieving continued revenue growth. ZTE’s 2010 revenue led the industry with a 21% increase to USD10.609 billion. ZTE commits 10 percent of its revenue to research and development and takes a leading role in a wide range of international bodies developing emerging telecoms standards. A company with sound corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives, ZTE is a member of the UN Global Compact. ZTE is China’s only listed telecom manufacturer, publicly traded on both the Hong Kong and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges (H share stock code: 0763.HK / A share stock code: 000063.SZ). For more information, please visit www.zte.com.cn. About Sistema Shyam TeleServices Ltd Sistema Shyam TeleServices Ltd. (SSTL) is a joint venture between Sistema {LSE: SSA} of Russia, the Russian Federation and the Shyam Group of India. Sistema is the majority shareholder in the joint venture company which operates its telecom services under the MTS brand. MTS is well recognized in India and worldwide for its commitment to high quality and innovative telecom solutions. MTS has recently been ranked by Millward Brown as 80th most valuable brand in the world. In a short span of time, MTS in India has secured over 11 million wireless subscribers and under the MBlaze brand provides mobile broadband services to more than 600,000 customers in over 150 towns across the country. For more information, please visit www.mtsindia.in
  11. if it comes as a topup for 1 gb around rs.100.00 in prepaid segment w/o unlimited option and low speeds then it will be very competitive...
  12. voucher's validity should not be less than 7 days....
  13. when will cdma 3g auction take place?
  14. Prebook Micromax Bling 2

    why it is posted under cdma section???????...admin move it to roight section..