Bharti Airtel has chosen Ericsson to roll out 4G (LTE-FDD) network for its subscribers in Delhi. This four-year agreement marks the first LTE-FDD rollout by Ericsson in Delhi.
News from India
Another day and another BlackBerry exec leaves the company. This time it's Varghese M. ThomasÃ¢â‚¬Å½, Director - Corporate Communications - India & SAARC at BlackBerry India who has left for pastures new.
Essar Group has selected BES12 to securely manage their data, applications, and devices including iOS, Android, and BlackBerry smartphones.
Global chipmaker Qualcomm has announced it has appointed former BlackBerry India and SAARC MD Sunil Lalvani as the president of its India operations.
Spreadtrum Communications today announced that its quad-core mobile chipset, the SC7730SE has been adopted by Samsung's tablet products that combine advanced features with affordability and portability, designed to launch into India and European markets.
On Friday, we reported how Pakistan are to block BlackBerry's BES Service from 1st December this year. The Ministry of Interior on Friday took the decision, issuing directives to the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to implement the decision from 1st December 1, 2015.
Samsung has officially launched the Emerald Green color variant of the Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone in India, months after launching the White Pearl, Black Sapphire and Gold Platinum versions.
Another high level executive has left BlackBerry for pastures new as BlackBerry India Managing Director Sunil Lalvan has quit the company.
BlackBerry announced today that, in partnership with UST Global, they have won a 2015 Aecus Innovation award for a mobile telemedicine app that enables remote patient healthcare.
BlackBerry will launch its slider smartphone in India, announced during MWC 2015, towards the end of the ongoing financial year targeting the mid to high handset market, according to Sunil Lalvani, managing director at BlackBerry India.
BlackBerry is targeting small and medium enterprises in India, as well as a tie-up with Samsung, to further boost revenue from the software and services segment in the country, said Sunil Lalvani, BlackBerry's managing director for India.
BlackBerry has launched its Loyalty Program in India, allowing users to purchase BlackBerry devices at reduced prices from Infibeam. If youÃ¢â‚¬â„¢re an existing BlackBerry legacy smartphone user, the offer gets better with an exchange program which will provide further price reductions.