Tuesday, 15 October 2019

Vendors lose patience with India's cash-strapped operators, as Nokia threatens to dump BSNL

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Monday 12 August 19

India's state owned BSNL has fallen behind on payments to the Finish kit maker, for products and services associated with 2G and 3G

Network equipment providers in India are beginning to lose patience with the country's cash strapped network operators, as Nokia becomes the latest company to voice concerns. A report in the Economic Times of India quoted sources close to Nokia as saying that the company was considering removing services to India's fourth biggest operator…

Network equipment providers in India are beginning to lose patience with the country's cash strapped network operators, as Nokia becomes the latest company to voice concerns. A report in the Economic Times of India quoted sources close to Nokia as saying that the company was considering removing services to India's fourth biggest operator…

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