Trai to telcos: Lengthen prepaid validity so users salvage uninterrupted providers throughout lockdown

Trai to telcos: Lengthen prepaid validity so users salvage uninterrupted providers throughout lockdown

NEW DELHI: Telecom sector regulator Trai has asked telecom operators to extend the validity period of prepaid users to ensure that subscribers get uninterrupted services during the 21-day nationwide lockdown. Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has also sought details of the steps being taken to ensure availability of uninterrupted telecom services to such customers…

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Telcos salvage six weeks past long-established time to file month-to-month, quarterly stories due in April

Telcos salvage six weeks past long-established time to file month-to-month, quarterly stories due in April

New Delhi: Telecom regulator TRAI has given six weeks additional time to telecom companies to file monthly and quarterly reports that are otherwise due in April, a senior official said on Sunday. The decision comes within days of industry body COAI writing to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) for granting additional time to…

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Telcos belief ‘cells on wheels’ to raise capability, deal with community congestion

India is in a lockdown for 21 days starting from March 25, which will place increasing pressure on network providers as people start working from home. Amid the coronavirus outbreak Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea and Reliance Jio Infocomm may roll out ‘cells on wheels’ (CoWs) to ease the increasing pressure on network providers, according to…

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