VoLTE users to grow at 145 percent CAGR from 2012 to 2017

4G VoLTE – The network of the future for telecoms

VoLTE stands for voice calls provisioned over a 4G LTE data network, rather than the circuit switched2G or 3G networks which are commonly used. VoLTE allows voice to become just another app that

Wi-Fi calling users

Polkomtel to launch Wi-Fi calling trial in Poland

Polkomtel, a telecom network operator in Poland, will start the public trial of its Wi-Fi calling service in the country. Mobile subscribers of Polkomtel can make regular calls on Wi-Fi calling

Alcatel-Lucent China

China Telecom taps Alcatel-Lucent for 4G expansion

Mobile service provider China Telecom has selected Alcatel-Lucent for expanding its LTE 4G coverage across 12 provinces of China. Alcatel-Lucent will be supplying LTE technology in most major

Mukesh Ambani at Reliance Jio office in Mumbai

Video of Mukesh Ambani at Reliance Jio office

The video shows RIL Chairman Mukesh Ambani at the Reliance Jio office in Navi Mumbai. Reliance Jio Infocomm, the pan India 4G operator with licenses for all 22 circles, has recently opened its

RIL Chairman Mukesh Ambani with son Akash Ambani

Jio gets Reliance to don new corporate culture

As one of India’s top companies, Reliance Industries, gets ready to deliver its latest entity, the 4G services under the Jio brand, it has also brought with it a rather quiet, but telling

NTT Docomo Capex for 2015

NTT Docomo slashes investment plan to $4.9 bn

Telecom network operator NTT Docomo has slashed its Capex (capital investment) plan to ¥600 billion or $4.95 billion, a decrease of ¥30 billion from its earlier guidance, for fiscal 2015. As per

Vodafone India CEO Sunil Sood image by Hindu BusinessLine

Vodafone India CEO Sunil Sood on 4G business plans

Vodafone India Chief Executive Officer Sunil Sood has shared the company’s strategies on 4G network deployment and other plans. The telecom network operator will be facing competition from

SK Telecom

SK Telecom LTE subscriber base reaches 18.46 mn

SK Telecom said its LTE subscriber base has reached 18.46 million, taking up over 64.8 percent of the company’s total mobile subscriber base in September 2015. The revenue of SK Telecom fell 2.4