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5G will require huge investment in fiberisation, says Trai chairman
Posted on 29th January 2019
India is moving fast on adoption of 5G technology but an effective deployment will require huge investment in fiberisation, the telecom regulatory authority of India (Trai) chairman RS Sharma said.

"We have to figure out the use cases in our country and many players are working on it.

TRAI firm on rolling out new DTH tariffs from Feb. 1, issues notice to TATA Sky
Posted on 25th January 2019
Even though only 40% customers have registered their channel choices under the new tariff guidelines that kick in from February 1, the Telecom Regulatory Authority Chairman R.S. Sharma on Thursday expressed confidence that service providers will be able get options from all their subscribers within a week.

New tariff order by Feb 1 or full blackout: Trai to cable, DTH operators
Posted on 23rd January 2019
Despite repeated assertions by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai), the implementation of the new tariff order is proceeding at a sluggish pace. Sources in the know reveal that less than 50 per cent of the consumers’ choice has been recorded across cable-digital and direct-to-home (DTH) platforms.

Consolidation in line with global practice, says Trai chief RS Sharma
Posted on 19th January 2019
Telecom Regulatory Authority of India chief R S Sharma has reiterated that consolidation in the domestic sector is in line with the international practice.

“My sense is that the sector is going to acquire stability, and looking at the examples around the world, 3+1 is a good number. I don’t see this number going down,” he said on the sidelines of an event here.

TRAI model wrong, but DoT didn’t object till now either
Posted on 9th January 2019
It is not clear whether the telecom regulator, Trai, will explain the rationale behind its spectrum-pricing recommendations to the department of telecommunication (DoT), but a report in The Economic Times (ET) suggests it may not do so readily. ET quotes unnamed Trai officials as saying that, while the law allows DoT to ask Trai to reconsider its recommendations, there is nothing that says Trai has to give the rationale behind them. In any case, Trai has maintained, as FE reported last month,

Worried that your phone might be tracked? Here's what Trai has to say
Posted on 7th January 2019
When the spectre of dragnet online surveillance and grave violations of privacy looms large over India’s citizens, here is some news for cheer for those opposed to government surveillance.

In a decision which was recently uploaded, the Delhi high court held that the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has to disclose, under the provisions of the RTI Act, information to a citizen whether his phone was under surveillance mounted by Vodafone – a private telephone services provider – on orders of the government.

Trai moves SC against TDSAT order on predatory pricing
Posted on 3rd January 2019
The telecom regulator Trai has approached the Supreme Court against TDSAT order, which dismissed its predatory pricing tariff rule, Parliament was informed on Wednesday.

“Trai has filed an appeal before Supreme Court against the order of TDSAT dated 13th December, 2018. The appeal is yet to be listed,” telecom minister Manoj Sinha said in a written reply to the Lok Sabha.

Trai gives a month to enforce tariff order, outlines a migration plan
Posted on 29th December 2018
The broadcasting industry has been granted some breathing space to implement the new Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) tariff order. The regulator had, earlier this week, indicated it would release a migration plan to ensure smooth implementation of the new tariff regime.

Trai wants spectrum charges for BSNL's satellite phone services to be 1%
Posted on 28th December 2018
Telecom regulator Trai Friday recommended that spectrum charges for state-owned BSNL's satellite phone services be fixed at 1 per cent of the revenue accrued from such services, replacing the current model of formula-based levy.

If the regulator's recommendations are accepted by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT), it could drive down the cost of using satellite phone services by nearly 50 per cent,

TRAI caps DTH, cable installation charges at `500
Posted on 22nd December 2018
In a move to protect cable TV consumers’ interest, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has capped Rs 500 as installation and activation charges for cable and DTH services.

The amount of Rs 350 will be charged as an installation charge while Rs 150 as an activation charge under the new tariff regime beginning from December 29.

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