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COAI favours minimum broadband speed of up to 2 Mbps for 4G network
Posted on 16th May 2019
New Delhi: Industry body COAI on Wednesday said it favours minimum broadband speed of up to 2 Mbps (megabits per second) for 4G networks.

Currently, the minimum broadband speed is 512 Kbps.


Telcos seek adjustment of around Rs 35,000 crore of excess GST credit
Posted on 5th February 2019
Reeling under severe financial stress, the telecom industry has once again approached the government seeking relief in the form of adjusting around Rs 35,000 crore worth of excess GST credits in lieu of deferred-payment obligations, licence fee and spectrum charges. As per the incumbent telecom operators, over the past couple of years, their capex has increased tremendously but revenues have come down by over 30%, which has created a mismatch in output liability and input credit.

No relief to telcos as govt likely to turn down 2-year moratorium request on payment of dues
Posted on 22nd January 2019
Even as Vodafone Idea has a board meeting on Wednesday to finalise plans to raise Rs 25,000 crore of capital, the government is likely to turn down a request by the Cellular Operators Association of India — RJio does not support the proposal though it is a COAI member — to give telcos a two-year moratorium on their deferred-payment obligations for spectrum bought in the past. COAI’s letter is the fourth written since the end of November last year.

Call drop! Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel lose over 24 million users in three months
Posted on 4th January 2019
The top two incumbent operators — Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel — have lost over 24 million subscribers in just three months as the telcos try to weed out low revenue paying customers from their network.

The country’s largest mobile operator by subscriber, Vodafone Idea lost around 20.57 million subscribers in September to November period whereas Bharti Airtel was leaner by 4.22 million users during September and October.


COAI for single audit to meet requirements of multiple agencies
Posted on 17th December 2018
Ahead of the planned special audit of telecom operators, industry body COAI has favoured a single audit exercise that meets the requirements of multiple stakeholders like the telecom department and sector regulator Trai.

“The DoT is entitled to do audits and we can’t argue with that. But can we get to a point where a single audit exercise is conducted by one entity that is agreed to by all parties as competent, to do detailed checks required by various stakeholders like CAG,


DoT, COAI plan easy approvals for telecom infrastructure
Posted on 20th November 2018
New Delhi: The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) will work with the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) to launch an online portal to monitor applications and approvals for setting up telecom infrastructure, and whether state-wise Right of Way (RoW) rules are being complied with. The portal will enable the government and telecom infrastructure providers to keep a tab on the process, right from the time an application is filed till the final approval.

Rajasthan suspends Net services over 140 times in a year: COAI to DoT
Posted on 10th August 2018
Telecom operators body Cellular Operators Association of India on Thursday urged telecom secretary Aruna Sundararajan to address the issue of frequent suspension of internet services by state governments, especially Rajasthan, which has suspended such services for more than 140 times in the last one year.

Tailoring systems for Trai's pesky call rules to cost Rs 200-400 crore: COAI
Posted on 3rd August 2018
NEW DELHI: Mobile industry body COAI today raised red flag over Trai's new rules on curbing pesky calls and messages saying tailoring of systems, and use of blockchain technology will involve Rs 200-400 crore investment and 18 months for the roll out, at a time when the sector is financially-stressed.

COAI red-flags Trai's new draft rules on pesky calls and messages
Posted on 18th July 2018
The Cellular Operators’ Association of India (COAI) has raised concerns on the new draft rules proposed by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) to check pesky calls and messages, as operators will have to bear additional costs to put in place a new system.

In May, Trai had proposed the use of blockchain technology to check the menace of unsolicited commercial communications (UCC) or pesky communications.


Public Wi-Fi without licence could threaten data privacy: COAI
Posted on 16th July 2018
Telecom operator’s association COAI has written to the Centre that with Public Data Office Aggregators (PDOAs) having no obligation to offer interception and monitoring facilities, it could threaten data privacy and national security.

It also raised the issue that consumers’ interest could be adversely impacted as Public Data Office (PDOs) and PDOAs will offer internet services without licence, which puts them outside the regulatory ambit of Trai.


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