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Telecom News Feb 14

✓ 41 mn customers lost, Bharti Airtel focuses on user retention, acquisition

✓ COAI oposes government plan to regulate internet platforms.

✓ Got only Rs 790 cr from Jio deal so far, zero from fibre assets: RCom to SC

✓ ITI Posts 124% Growth In Q3, Revenue Touches Rs 563 Cr

✓ Telecom companies need to cut debt quickly as leverage is high: Analysts.

✓ Wistron, Foxconn Plan to Invest 7,500 Cr in 5 Years

✓ 42,800 villages still lack telecom connectivity under Modi`s Digital India.

✓ Huawei ready to tackle extra security to stay in 5G kit race

✓ Flextronics, Foxconn And Samsung Account For Half Of India’s Mobile Manufacturing Now, Oppo and Vivo likely to make key parts locally in next one year

✓ Nokia To Build Rakuten’s New Mobile Network In Japan

T-Mobile Chief Gives Congress Pledge Not to Use Huawei Gear

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