July 10: Japanese telecom firm NTT Docomo plans to exit its joint venture with Tata Group with the sale of its 26.5% stake in Tata Teleservices via a pre-agreed put option, reported The Economic Times. In accordance with the joint venture norms, Tata Group is required to make sure that its partner gets the higher share in the Rs 72.5 billion venture or the fair market share if the company does ...
NTT DoCoMo had said in April it would exercise the option to sell its 26.5% stake in Tata Teleservices by June
NTT DoCoMo had said in April it would exercise the option to sell its 26.5 percent stake in Tata Teleservices by June if the Indian mobile phone joint venture failed to achieve performance targets. Tata Sons had said in April it was not "possible to predict how events will unfold;
NTT DoCoMo, Japan’s biggest telecom operator by subscribers, is yet to offload its entire 26.5 per cent stake in Tata Teleservices Ltd (TTSL), even after its June-end deadline expired.
Telecoms giants Ericsson and Japanese operator NTT DOCOMO have taken their experimental 5G based Mobile Broadband technology a step forward by conducting one of the first live, over-the-air, demonstrations of the new service running at speeds of 5.8Gbps (Gigabits per second) using the 15GHz band of radio spectrum. Readers might recall that Ericsson officially teamed […]
Japanese firm NTT Docomo has not yet sold its 26.5% stake in Tata Teleservices even after the expiry of the June deadline, by when it was supposed to exercise its option to exit the Indian telecom operator.
Live, over-the-air demonstration of Ericsson pre-standard 5G technology achieves 5 Gbps throughput in the 15 GHz frequency band NTT DOCOMO and SK Telecom senior management witness Ericsson`s achievement ...
Tokyo, June 27, 2014 - (JCN Newswire) - NTT DOCOMO, INC., a personalized mobile solutions provider for smarter living, announced today it will offer Japan's first Embedded Subscription Identity Module, or eSIM, a new type of SIM that works on mobile networks of various international operators, for M2M Devices.
By Teppei Kasai TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's KDDI Corp and SoftBank Corp said bigger rival NTT DoCoMo Inc (DoCoMo) could gain too much control of the wireless telecommunications business should DoCoMo's parent offer its fibre-optic broadband for resale. Former state monopoly Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp (NTT) in May said it planned to sell its fibre-optic broadband to mobile phone network ...
Companies in the Topix index are acquiring their own stock at the fastest pace ever, led by NTT Docomo Inc. and Toyota Motor Corp., with $25 billion of announced purchases so far this year, data compiled by Bloomberg show. The combination of record cash, cheap shares and a government-led drive to buoy return on equity is making buybacks irresistible to Japanese executives at a time when the MSCI ...