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Broadband ops remain with Tata as it sells mobile biz to Airtel; may be merged with DTH

MUMBAI: The telecom industry in India, especially the small operators such as Tata Teleservices, has been facing a debilitating price war since Reliance Jio came onto the scene. Bharti Airtel is now buying Tata Teleservices’s consumer mobile business in a cash-free, debt-free deal but the latter...

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Ortel MSO offers 1 TB plan at 100 Mbps with free digital TV

MUMBAI: Ortel Communications has unveiled its one terabyte at a mega speed of 100 Mbps priced at Rs. 4,999. Ortel has also announced the withdrawal of all its data plans below 1 Mbps speed. The new plans are available from Rs. 299 onwards and the choice of speeds can range upto 100 Mbps for homes...

Cable TV Multi System Operators
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Amagi's Mix challenge

MUMBAI: "Small and medium enterprises that participate in TV advertising, can help broadcasters expand their revenues. While the combined media spends of 100 such SMEs would equate to the TV spends of one of heavyweights in the brand world, SMEs can contribute around 15 per cent of total...

MAM Marketing MAM
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Shopmatic helps SMEs and individual entrepreneurs in APAC

Shopmatic, a Singapore-based e-commerce company providing a platform for any merchant to take their business online, has joined hands with leading e-commerce marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, Lazada. The alliance will seamlessly enable Shopmatic merchants in Singapore to develop their own webstores...

iWorld e-commerce
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Startup finding reality TV series The Vault makes debut

MUMBAI: The Indian version of Dragon’s Den – on which the iconic Mark Burnett show Shark Tank is based – is being readied to hit Indian TV screens come 1 October 2016. Called The Vault, the reality TV series is looking to fund start ups and nouveau entrepreneurial ideas.

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