HTC One Max



HTC One Max

Best Price: Rs 49,200

HTC one max


  • The HTC One Max is a Phablet version of the HTC One
  • 5.9 Inch Full HD Display, 1920 x 1080 Pixels, 373 PPI, Multitouch Capacitive Screen
  • 1.7 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, Adreno 320 GPU & 2 GB of RAM
  • Android v4.3 (Jelly Bean) OS with HTC Sense 5.5 UI
  • 16 GB/32 GB of internal storage
  • 4 MP Ultrapixel camera with OIS, LED Flash & Full HD 1080p Video Recording
  • 2.1 MP front-facing camera with Full HD 1080p Video Recording
  • 4G LTE, Wi-Fi ac/a/b/g/n, Bluetooth v4.0, NFC, MicroUSB 2.0, Wi-Fi Direct, A-GPS & 3.5 mm Audio Jack
  • FingerPrint Sensor & 3300 mAh Li-Ion Battery

Samsung Galaxy Golden


Samsung-1Samsung Galaxy Golden is a flip design Android smartphone

Best Price: Rs 44,900

  • The phone features 2 Super AMOLED screen, one on the face and the other is found when you flip it open.
  • It is based on Android Jellybean 4.2 Operating System.
  • The screen on the front is 3.5″ screen while the other one is 3.7″.
  • Both of them are AMOLED screen and resolution of 480 x 800 pixels.
  • The device has 8 MP primary rear camera with LED flash alongside a 1.9 MP secondary camera.
  • It is powered with a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor.
  • It has 1.5 GB of RAM and 16 GB of Internal Memory which could be expanded up to 64 GB.
  • The phone has connectivity options such as 3G HSPA+, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v4.0, NFC & Micro USB 2.0.
  • As the name of the phone suggests, it comes in Golden colour

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Spectrum auction Day 1: Government gets bids of Rs 39,300 crore


Source:By ET Bureau | 4 Feb, 2014

NEW DELHI: India’s latest spectrum auction got off to a tremendous start on Monday. Telecom operators put in bids worth around Rs 40,000 crore on day one of the auctions as a fierce contest got underway in the 900 Mhz band in Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai with Bharti Airtel and Vodafone India fighting to protect their turf against an aggressive challenge from Reliance Jio Infocomm.

The first day’s bid levels – the minimum the government can mop up – came against its expectations of raising at least Rs 11,300 crore from the auctions alone, and nearly Rs 40,000 crore from the sale, one-time spectrum levy and annual licence fee put together.

Eight mobile phone companies are bidding for 385 Mhz of airwaves in the 1800 Mhz band and 46 Mhz in 900 Mhz band in the long-anticipated auction which began at 9 am on Monday and went on for seven rounds, ending for the day at 7:30 pm. Reliance Communications, Uninor, Tata Teleservices and Aircel are also in the fray, though analysts don’t see them as aggressive bidders but looking more to plug their coverage gaps.

Bharti Airtel and Vodafone India have near-survival stakes in the auction as their spectrum in the 900 Mhz band is up for bidding, after the Centre refused to extend their licences in the circles of Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata beyond the 20-year term which ends in November this year.


Bharti Airtel’s mobile permits are to expire in the circles of Delhi and Kolkata. Vodafone India’s licences are due to end in the Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata circles.


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Top 8 telecom firms in fray as 2G spectrum auction kicks off today


Source: PTI Feb 3, 2014, (Economic Times)

Eight companies, including Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Reliance Jio Infocomm, will be participating in the auction of 2G airwaves in the 1800 MHz and 900 MHz bands that kicks off on Monday.

The auction will cover a total of 22 circles, including the metro service areas of Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. The govt hopes to mop up Rs 40,874.50 crore from the spectrum sale during the current fiscal year, including the upfront auction amount, regular annual licence fee and a one-time spectrum charge. Here’s a look…




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Vodafone India ramps up presence in Maharashtra and Goa to boost data adoption


Source: Priyanka Sangani, ET Bureau | 30 Jan, 2014

VodofonePUNE : Vodafone India is ramping up its network presence in Maharashtra and Goa to boost data operations in the circle. Over the past six months, the company has addedver 300 sites to cover smaller towns including Satara, Sangli and Dhule.

Ishmeet Singh, Business Head, Maharashtra & Goa, Vodafone India said, “Over the past five years, Vodafone has strengthened it’s customer base in voice services. The next big step is data. We see a huge potential in this area and are looking at strategically focusing on promoting mobile internet adoption through penetration, consumption and value addition. We definitely see distribution as playing a vital role in reaching out to customers, especially in the rural belts”

The company has run initiatives like “Gammat Jammat” and “3G Experience Bus” particularly in tier 2 locations and beyond to educate existing and potential customers on the use of mobile internet. The company had announced an 80% cut in 2G charges and for 3G pack rates, and this is likely to boost the number of first time users.

Vodafone presently has an overall subscriber base of 14.7 million in Maharashtra & Goa, a large number of which don’t use data services. It’s retail network in the region comprises 48 Vodafone stores, over 600 Vodafone Mini stores, Over 1, 25,000 outlets and over 1600 channel partners.



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Vodafone launches M-Pesa in Punjab


Source: By PTI | 29 Jan, 2014- Economic Times
VodofoneCHANDIGARH: Mobile operator Vodafone India today announced to roll out mobile money transfer facility ‘M-Pesa’ in collaboration with ICICI Bank in Punjab as part its plans to deepen its footprint pan India.

The company plans to tap education hubs, famous industrial clusters and defense personnel located across Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Bathinda, Pathankot and Amritsar with the launch of its mobile money tranfer and payment service.
This service will be beneficial for students studying in different colleges in the state.

Moreover it will also be beneficial for migrants from Bihar who are working in factories at different industrial verticals for sending money to their families, Vodafone India, Business Head (Punjab, HP, J&K) Asit Shekhar said here today.
“M-Pesa is a safe, secure and convenient service to transfer money and make payments beyond the reach of traditional banking channels. For households where the earning members migrate to larger cities for earning livelihood, it will be the best way to send money back home to their families,” said Shekhar said.

This service allows customers to transfer money to any mobile phone, remit money to any bank account, make utility payments, recharge of mobile, DTH payment and earn interest on deposits.

The subscriber will first have to deposit Rs 200 as registration fee and he will be charged Rs 10 per transaction for payment of utility bills.This service will be available across 24 tehsils, 13 districts through 1,042 authorised agents including 44 Vodafone exclusive outlets in Punjab.

“M-Pesa offers millions of people including unbankes and under serviced sections of society, basis financial services. Today, less than 5 per cent of villages in India have a banking outlet.

“Financial inclusion is national priority. We believe that with M-Pesa we now have the ideal offering to facilitate the same across the country,” said Vodafone, Business Head M-Pesa Suresh Sethi said.

Vodafone has already rolled out M-Pesa in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, West Bengal, UP East, UP West, Bihar, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Assam, North East and Haryana.


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Vodafone stands for nonstop innovation and improvements: Vishant Vora


Source: Muntazir Abbas,Economic Times

VodofoneDespite many constraints, telcos are eyeing at 3G data surge, while a super-fast 4G network is still a musing. India’s ace GSM player Vodafone has its take. Network evolution and expansion is here. Thanks to robust technological innovation!

Technology-driven Vodafone manages 170-million strong subscriber base in India— believes that wireless technologies such as LTE would dominate the telecom industry, and mobile Internet is driving the adoption of 3G service.

Confident of avant-garde technology-driven services, GSM major is ready to take on competitors such as Bharti Airtel and new entrant Reliance Jio Infocomm. To boost environment, it has become first carrier to foray into green telecom.

Vodafone, of late, has started to offer HD voice, predominantly widespread in Europe, on both 2G and 3G, and thus has become India’s elite wireless carrier. Among its many-industry firsts, include an API-based service delivery platform too.

In an interaction with ET, Vodafone technology director Vishant Vora said that, Vodafone is a technology company that believes in continuously changing itself by exploring new technologies to facilitate unmatched customer experience.

Vora said that they have seen how some of the best technology companies of yesteryears are now facing tough times. “Unless you keep innovating, the competition will definitely come up with something new and better and before you realize the rules of the game would have changed,” he added.
“Operators have to keep upgrading services and leverage the latest offerings to ensure customers’ ‘wow’ experience,” Vora stressed. Vodafone, he said, has a firm belief in innovations and continuous improvements.

Vora feels that ecosystem is not yet ready to adopt 4G. “Compatible devices are less and the prices are high. While 3G shall be the main driver for mobile internet in the near future, it will slowly converge into other technologies,” said Vodafone’s technology chief.

However, being a technology-driven company with a global experience of LTE, Vodafone believes that these wireless technologies are poised for next big leap, after that of Industrial Revolution and the Internet boom.



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