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  1. Reliance CDMA Shutting down

    so i think TATA may follow reliance CDMA to libralise spectrum & it may be end of the road for CDMA in INDIA.......
  2. Reliance CDMA Shutting down

    i too feel the same thing but its still my gutt feeling.
  3. my area also covered in map i am feeling lucky time to buy relience jio demo card just for testing & using when service launches
  4. count me in for bb curve/storm require spare h/s for 3weeks.........as my original handset is @ karbonn service center......
  5. gr8 tactics by relience if you dont mfg for us then we have others who will do it for us........& look now samsung is bigesst phone mfg in the world................An Indian Connection.
  6. Cheapest EVDO on BSNL CDMA Prepaid

    what about coverage in mumbai & maharashtra any details?
  7. NEW DELHI: Sistema Shyam (SSTL), which provides services under brand name of MTS, will start sellingmobile phones that will support both CDMA and GSM connections from next month. "We will launch multimode phones from October. It will be CDMA with GSM smartpone in the price range of Rs 6,000 to Rs 12,000," SSTL Chief Marketing and Sales Officer Lenny Musatov said on sidelines CDG International Roaming Team meet. The strategy of company is to leverage on the business model of China Mobile which is going to procure large number of dual technology based smartphone that is expected to lower cost of such handsets. The company has also aligned its dual technology phones business with CDMA Development Group initiative to provide international roaming for CDMA users across world and even in countries where there is no CDMA network. "We are regularly working with carriers (service providers) to provide international roaming facility to CDMA users. "Through multi-mode handsets (phones supporting multiple technnology like CDMA and GSM), we are trying to provide international roaming facility in where there is no CDMA network," CDG Chairman Federico Nienstadt said. He said that 115 CDMA out of 331 operators across globe have signed international roaming agreement. CDMA technology has around 15 per cent market share in global mobile phone market. source: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/tech/hardware/mts-india-to-launch-dual-technology-phones-from-october/articleshow/16450117.cms
  8. Russia's SistemaJSFC is close to acquiring a controlling stake in Aircel Communications for around $3 billion (Rs 16,000-17,000 crore), making this one of the largest transactions in the telecom sector since Vodafone bought Hutchison Essar for $11.7 billion in 2007. Two persons familiar with the development said Sistema would buy into Aircel's parent company based overseas with rights to have the Indian arm transferred to it after an ongoing restructuring process is completed. Malaysia's Maxis Communications owns 74% stake in Aircel through multiple entities, which are being consolidated into a single company. Aircel's spokesman said the company was not aware of such a development. The Russian company's Indian arm, Sistema Shyam TeleServices, said it believed the talk of engaging with other telecom service providers for a possible deal was motivated. "The immediate priority is to seek clarity on spectrum-related regulations from the government and also look at the outcome of the curative petition filed in the Supreme Court," said a company spokesman. An email sent to Sistema's global headquarters in Moscow went unanswered. But both the persons familiar with the discussions said the transaction could be announced shortly. ET had earlier reported that Maxis and Sistema were in preliminary discussions. If the deal happens, it will end the uncertainty about Sistema's future in India and give it the ownership of a national operator with close to 65 million subscribers. The Russian company, which operates mobile services on CDMA technology in India, lost its licence after the Supreme Court revoked all permits granted by former telecom minister A Raja in 2008. Sistema has the option of participating in the upcoming airwaves auctions, but a telecom analyst said it made more sense to buy a functioning company with an existing user base. However, as Aircel operates on the GSM platform, it won't be possible for the Russian company to switch its existing 16.3 million customers since CDMA handsets don't work on GSM networks. It will have to bag fresh CDMA airwaves if it wishes to continue with its existing subscribers. One of the persons familiar with the discussions said the transaction was being structured in such a manner that it would enable Sistema's Indian arm to bid for CDMA airwaves. While the M&A guidelines in the telecom sector prevent a company from owning more than 10% stake in another operator, this norm will not be applicable in this case as the Russian company will buy the shares of the overseas holding company of Aircel. For Maxis, an exit from Aircel will end its somewhat stormy association with India. The company has been upset with the way the investigating agencies had dragged its billionaire-owner T Ananda Krishnan and other top officials into the probe surrounding the circumstances under which the Malaysian company acquired Aircel from serial entrepreneur C Sivasankaran for $1.8 billion in 2005. The Central Bureau of Investigation is probing Sivasankaran's charge that he was pressurised to sell Aircel to Maxis by former telecom minister Dayanadhi Maran and that the Malaysian company's subsidiary made a quid pro quo investment of Rs 550 crore in a DTH company owned by the Maran family in return for the ex-minister's role in the Aircel transaction. Maran and Maxis have vehemently denied all wrongdoing. Krishnan's holding company, Binariang GSM, which owns a 75% stake in Maxis, had last December told a Malaysian rating agency that it was trying to 'decouple' Aircel from the group as the Indian company's debt was affecting the Malaysian group's credit rating. "This is expected to be concluded in the next nine months. Should the restructuring exercise not be completed within the suggested timeframe, the ratings of the Sukuk (bonds) will have to be reassessed," the agency had said in a report dated December 23. While Maxis and associate entities own 74% in Aircel, Suneeta Reddy, joint managing director of the Chennai-based Apollo Hospitals, and her husband P Dwarakanath Reddy own the remaining 26% through Sindhya Securities and Investments. note : this is just a copy pase news
  9. Samsung Galaxy 3 GT i5801 - goes into boot loop

    while flashing my device stops at "cache.rfs.download" what may be the reason? i disconnected after 90 mins now phone works fine but hangs when i insert memory card another issue clock on lock screen shows correct time & clock on notification bar sticks to a time when i reboot & unlock the screen for eg. 9.25 am i reboot then on notification bar it'll show 9.25 am constantly. kindly guide. thanks in advance i think my stock sms app is the culprit (mostly) media scanner running also doesnt start as fast as it used to be....... now displaying "phone ---- -----cmputer" now is my phone really bricked getting scared..............plz reply fast
  10. Yesterday i was playing with "titanium backup app" to save space on my internal phone memory i by mistakenly selected "google maps" - integrate int rom maps version 6.10.0 then i tried to make it again user app then my phone started to boot loop. i have stock firmware DDJP6, rooted. i also have croma warranty 2.5 months warranty left. able to get into DOWNLOAD MODE by pressing dedicated keys questions: 1) did i hard brick my handset? 2) will flashing stock rom hepl solve my problem? 3) should i send it to croma for repairs? admin - pz post this at appropriate place if not posted properly.
  11. Ways To Recover 500 GB External HDD

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  12. Ways To Recover 500 GB External HDD

    Use file scavenger from quetek.com main advantage "recovers data from formatted partitions/ corrupt disk" hope this helps