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You Will Received Rs 1 for Every Call Drop - TRAI

From Next Year, You Will be Paid For Call Drops, But Only Rs 3 a Day
  • TRAI or Telecom Regulatory Authority of India also said that the service providers would have to send SMSes to customers on the amount credited within four hours of a call drop.
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TRAI Setting Up New Norms For Operators With Fines As Heavy As Rs 2 Lakh

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has been hot on heels of telecom operators in India. While the testing phase has taken off successfully. What has not been so successful are the results about how operators have faired. 288 more words

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Telecom Operators To Credit Users Re 1 For Every Call Drop: TRAI

While it has been announced by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Thursday, Oct 15, that the telecom operators would have to pay a penalty for poor mobile service quality including call drops, the regulatory authority has also made it clear that the telecom operators will have to credit Re 1 to the users’ accounts from Jan 1 next year. 152 more words

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TRAI To Begin Testing Networks For Call Drops In Mumbai, Delhi On 28 Sep

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is hot on the heels of Telecom operators in the country. Yes, TRAI has made public that it will now begin drive tests with network operators. 179 more words

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Whither Internet Neutrality in India?

Internet Neutrality or Net Neutrality has been in news from past few months but in India it got the push with the release of Consultation paper on Regulatory Framework for Over-the-top (OTT) services by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on 15 March 2015. 978 more words

TRAI to float another information paper on call drops in 15 days

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Chairman R. S. Sharma has said that TRAI will come out with recommendations on call drops and compensation that may be paid to the consumer in 15 days. 156 more words


[VIDEO] George Gilder: Net Neutrality Is a 'Ludicrous' Idea That Will Shrink the Economy

“Everything on is changing minute by minute,” says George Gilder, “and the idea of establishing a level playing field, as if all bandwidth is homogeneous, is just ludicrous.”