-Nokia and Reliance Communications Ltd have joined hands to market the Nokia 1255 mobile handset in India at a price of Rs 1,999.
-Reliance Comm forays into video conferencing
- Reliance Communications rolled out a range of mobile handsets priced at between Rs 777 and Rs 888, shaving by half to one-third the existing entry level mobility costs in the country.
- Reliance Communications Ltd has informed that the Board of Directors of the Company at its meeting held on July 17, 2007, has appointed Shri. A K Purwar, former Chairman of State Bank of India, as an Additional Director of the Company with effect from July 17, 2007.
- RCoM acquires Yipes for $300mn.
-Reliance Communications Ltd has launched 'Money Transfer' through mobile phones across the country through it's tie-up with ICICI Bank.
-Microsoft Corp and Reliance Communications (RCom) announced their joint foray into Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) or simply put television on internet instead of the traditional route.
-The US-French telecom equipment supplier Alcatel-Lucent and Reliance Communications announced on May 12, a joint venture to provide network services to telecommunications operators.
- Telecom operator Etisalat DB, formerly known as Swan Telecom, will be outsourcing its telecom infrastructure requirements to the Anil Ambani Group company Reliance Communications as part of a Rs 10,000-crore deal spread over the next 10 years.
- Reliance Communications announced its partnership with Microsoft for offering Windows Mobile solutions on its wireless networks where according to the agreement, Microsoft is said to offer Windows Mobile solutions to RCom customers, including push email support, chat, photo-sharing, content back-up and other applications.
- Reliance Communications on Nov 27 introduced one paise per SMS for both GSM and CDMA customers, triggering a war of tariffs on data services from voice calls.
- Reliance Communications has entered into a pact with Polycom Inc, the global leader in tele-presence, video and voice solutions, in order to introduce world's first wireless, high-resolution video conferencing service.
- Reliance Communications (RCom) has inked an alliance with GetJar. Under the alliance, GetJar will offer Reliance Communications its extensive catalogue of over 65,000 free mobile applications.
- Reliance Communications, today announced an unlimited internet access plans called -MobileNet Plan, under which, the subscribers of both post paid as well as pre paid can access unlimited mobile internet at Rs 99 per month.