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Todays Telecom News - JAN 9

✓ TRAI data: Government’s revenue from telecom companies continue to fall

✓ CES 2019: 5G in dominance as telcos place big gambles at world’s biggest tech show

Chinese Huawei can carry out only 5G trials: Telecom secretary

✓ ZTE seeks government permission to showcase 5G technology

✓ At 525 million, broadband subscriber count grew slowest in 2018: TRAI data

✓ 2G GSM technology suitable for uncovered villages: HFCL`s Mahendra Nahata

✓ Aircel gets Rs. 751-cr relief; SC directs Airtel, DoT to pay up

✓ CAG finds shortcomings in spectrum management, losses to exchequer

HFCL to expand optical fibre cable manufacturing with Rs 35 cr investment

✓ Jio topples Vodafone, leads in access services revenue

✓ Service quality issues plague Vodafone Idea Limited

✓ Shortcomings in execution behind stalled roll-out of 2G network in N-E: CAG

✓ Amazon starts closed user-group testing of UPI pay platform

✓ RBI appoints Nandan Nilekani as chairman of panel on digital payments

Apple cuts Q1 production plan for new iPhones by 10%: Report

✓ DoT asks to TEC to finalise IoT, M2M standards in 2 months

✓ DoT may ask Trai to review recommendation of 3% flat spectrum usage charge


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