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India has a huge internet market with over 243 million users, with more than 200 million of them operating the same on mobiles. Net Neutrality means that all traffic on internet is treated as equal by the service providers and there is no special charge for any specific service or website depending on content, destination ..
The Supreme Court has set up a joint expert panel to recommend the procedure for the telecom firms for properly identifying the customers before issuing SIM cards to them. The panel comprising officials of the DoT (Department of Telecommunications) and the TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India) will submit its report to the government within ..
TRAI (Telecom regulator Telecom Regulatory Authority of India) set Rs 3,622.18 Crore as the base or minimum price for pan-India spectrum in the auction of radio waves which is to be held after the Supreme Court cancelling 122 licenses. This minimum or base price (Rs 3,622.18 Crore) set is around 10 times higher than the ..
Telecom Users all over India have been eased from unwelcome commercial calls and messages. The Telecom Commercial Communications Customer Preference Regulations 2010 was formally inaugurated by Kapil Sibal, Communications and Information Technology Minister. Here are brief notes: The regulations will facilitate consumers to list themselves on the National Consumer Preference Register, NCPR by merely dialling ..
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