Almost everyone has a smartphone or a mobile phone these days and landlines are a thing of the past. Yet, several households especially in the smaller cities are still dependent on landlines to make calls. And, all of them will be affected by a recent decision taken by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT). The DoT […]Continue Reading..
Department of Telecommunications inviting applications for the positions of Consultant.Interested and Eligible candidates can apply for the positions. Last Date for Submission of Application is on October 06th, 2020. Post and Vacancies: Consultant – 30 Job Location – New Delhi Qualification Details: Subject : Engagement of retired Principal Private Secretary (PS)/PersonaI Assistant(PA) as Consultant in the […]Continue Reading..
It is going to be easy to convert prepaid mobile to postpaid connections. Mobile customers will no longer have to do verification again to convert prepaid SIM card to postpaid. For this, the work of customers will be made easier with just one OTP. It was told that now the postpaid connection of customers will […]Continue Reading..
National Telecommunications Institute for Policy Research Innovation and Training inviting applications for the positions of Junior Telecom Officers and Other Posts.Interested and Eligible candidates can apply for the positions. Last Date for Submission of Application is on September 14th, 2020. Post and Vacancies: Junior Telecom Officers – 04 Sub Divisional Engineer/Assistant Director – 09 Job […]Continue Reading..
Department of Telecommunications (DoT) said employees can work from home till December 31, 2020. The earlier relaxations provided by the government, when India was locked down, was scheduled to end on July 31. A complete lockdown was enforced in India on March 25, which was extended thrice. It was only in June that the government […]Continue Reading..
Airlines functioning in India have now been given a go-ahead to provide in-flight WiFi service to passengers after the government issued an official notification, bringing them at par with their global airlines peers. The Department of Telecommunications had, two years ago, recommended permission for both internet and mobile communications in the Indian airspace. Once provided, […]Continue Reading..