News Roundup: Aircel Launches 3G Services, Gujarat Bans Bulk SMS

Gujarat has banned bulk SMS services today, owing to the train carnage judgement which is supposed to be announced today.

Google’s Educational Internet Bus starts its tour of Uttar Pradesh

Having traveled across South India, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and Gujarat, the Google Internet Bus continues to add more miles and smiles as it enters the state of Uttar Pradesh. Its first stop will be Lucknow, followed by various towns and cities across U.P.
The Internet Bus is a custom designed mobile bus, which takes the internet experience to people in their preferred language. The main aim is to educate people about the Internet and how it may be beneficial to their lives.[blog]

Uninor Launches Talk time Transfer Service in Karnataka

Uninor today announced the launch of a special Talk Time Transfer facility for its Karnataka customers. This offering makes it possible for Uninor pre-paid subscribers to borrow or transfer talk time from family and friends should they require it.[details]

airtel digital TV brings the much awaited cricket world cup in High Definition

airtel digital TV customers can now watch the much anticipated entire cricket World Cup in High Definition. Available for just INR 150+tax, ESPN HD will enable customers to enjoy all matches including the opening ceremony, right up to the finals on April 3rd, 2011, in High Definition.

Aircel 3G services to roll out in 11 circles by next week.

After Chennai, Aircel will roll out the 3G services in 11 telecom circles, excluding Punjab and West Bengal, in the next one week. It will cover all of its 13 circles with 3G network by mid-March. [source]

Tata Interactive Launch Cloud Solution For Schools

Tata Interactive Systems (TIS), a part of Tata Industries, announced its entry into the school segment in India with integrated learning solution CLASSEDGE.

With an initial investment of Rs 100 crore, TIS will target 100 cities in India to attain its target of 1,000 schools this year.[source]

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