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Tata Docomo News
NTT DoCoMo gets $1.2 billion from Tatas; puts behind bitter feud
Tue, Oct 31, 2017
Japan's largest mobile firm NTT DoCoMo today said it has received over $1.2 billion (144.9 billion yen) from Tata Sons, bringing the curtains down on a prolonged bitter dispute over their telecom joint venture.
TRAI data: Over 60 lakh requests for Mobile Number Portability received in March
Fri, May 19, 2017
Mobile Number Portability rose to reach 60.3 lakh requests in March this year taking the total number of MNP to 27.27 crore. Interestingly enough newcomer Reliance Jio added 58 lakh new subscribers to its subscriber base in the same month.
Reliance Jio is now officially the fourth largest telecom company in India, grabs 10% share
Fri, May 19, 2017
Newcomer Reliance Jio has garnered 9.29% of the telecom market share, as per TRAI data. Its new subscriber additions in March were over 58 lakh and it took its total subscriber base to 10.86 crore.
Hope RBI won't delay final resolution with Tatas: DoCoMo
Fri, Apr 28, 2017
The company considers today's verdict to be of "huge significance" for foreign investments in India.
Docomo to get Rs 1200 crore from Tata Sons, orders Delhi High Court
Fri, Apr 28, 2017
Tata Sons and Docomo had jointly applied to the Delhi High Court, requesting that it accept their agreed terms of settlement.
Tata-DoCoMo truce may leave Japanese firm with $790 million to invest in India - source
Fri, Mar 03, 2017
While Tata Sons will pay the fair value of DoCoMo`s 26 percent stake outside India, or roughly $390 million according to Reuters calculations, DoCoMo would need to invest the balance of $790 million in India, either for expansion or other joint ventures, the source added.
Tata Sons, Docomo may go for out-of-court settlement in $1.17 billion dispute
Mon, Feb 27, 2017
Both companies are keen to resolve dispute quickly, may jointly take the matter to RBI.
War with Reliance Jio: Industry awaits end of freebies season
Fri, Feb 17, 2017
Telecoms had their guns blazing as they declared their third quarter financials and spared no effort in blaming it on the pricing strategy of the new entrant – Reliance Jio.
Will attractive deals on data packs save telecoms from disheartening Q3 results?
Wed, Jan 11, 2017
The telecom sector could be expecting anything from a close call to a mixed bag as it gets ready to declare its third quarter (Q3) results on account of demonetisation and extension of Reliance Jio (RJio)’s free data pack with the ‘Happy New Year’ offer.
5 key things that ruffled telecom sector in 2016
Thu, Dec 29, 2016
Telecom sector in India had yet another eventful year as it saw disruption by the hands of Reliance Jio. Not only did Reliance Jio managed to gain customers at a fast pace, it forced other telecom companies like Airtel and Vodafone to reduce prices and redo their strategies.
Tata Docomo introduces unlimited STD & local call plans starting at Rs 148
Tue, Dec 27, 2016
In a bid to offer pocket-friendly voice call packages to pre-paid subscribers, Tata Docomo announced on Tuesday new unlimited local and STD call plans starting at Rs 148 to Rs 246 for pre-paid customers in Mumbai.
Cyrus Mistry says allegations of Docomo issue mishandling baseless
Tue, Nov 01, 2016
All decisions were taken with the unanimous approval of the Tata Sons Board, and with the approval of Ratan Tata and Tata trustee N.A. Soonawalla, Mistry`s office said in an e-mailed statement.
Tata-Docomo dispute: Tatas plea London court in regards to an ex-parte order
Mon, Sep 05, 2016
Tata Sons said in the statement," DoCoMo is unfortunately confusing Tata Sons’ intent to pay with what is legally payable by the company; Tata Sons’ intent is to pay but within the confines of the law"
Tata to deposit $1.2 billion DoCoMo arbitration award with Delhi court
Fri, Jul 29, 2016
Tata Sons Ltd said it expected to deposit $1.2 billion with the Delhi High Court on Friday, the money it was ordered to pay Japan`s NTT DoCoMo Inc by an international arbitration court last month.