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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.

Spectrum reserve price: Trai refuses to share its calculation model with DoT
Posted on 17th December 2018
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has refused to provide the department of telecommunications (DoT) a detailed methodology adopted by it to calculate the reserve price for spectrum for fresh auctions. Sources told FE that now DoT is left with the only option of asking the regulator to come out with a long-term calculation methodology for which the latter will have to come out with a consultation paper and seek inputs of the stakeholders.

Cheap calls: Predatory pricing by telcos junked by TDSAT
Posted on 14th December 2018
The Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) on Thursday set aside a regulation brought by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India in February which prohibited incumbent operators from providing segmented offers (discounts which are not part of tariff package) to their high-Arpu subscribers.

Want to know if your phone calls being tapped? Ask Trai
Posted on 8th December 2018
If you would want to know if your phone calls are being tapped or not, all you have to do is to ask Trai for the information. The Delhi high court on Friday ruled that the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) should provide information on phone tapping to citizens under the Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI) after obtaining the same from telecom operators.

Trai maintains lower cable landing station charges
Posted on 29th November 2018
Telecom regulator Trai on Wednesday decided to retain the existing charges that can be levied by cable landing stations for providing international connectivity through submarine cables. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India capped charges for accessing low capacity STM-1 at Rs 36,000 per annum and Rs 6.25 lakh for high capacity STM-64 per unit capacity

Paper mills see red as Trai dubs phone bills as anti-green
Posted on 21st November 2018
Paper mills are irked at telecom service providers labelling paper as anti-green. In a communique to Trai (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India) this week, Ipma (Indian Paper Manufacturers Association) has expressed strong reservations against dubbing printed copy of telephone bill as a matter of “environmental concern.”

“Wood constitutes just 30% of the paper and the rest are agri-residue or old paper, often fully recycled.

Trai to meet telcos, others next month to finalise 2019 issues: Chairman
Posted on 19th November 2018
Trai is expected to meet telecom industry players next month, to deliberate on the issues that will be taken up during 2019, its Chairman RS Sharma said Monday.

The discussion - now an annual feature - is however expected to entail a wider set of players in the telecom space this time, spanning operators, infrastructure providers and others.

All telcos, except Jio, fail Trai's call drop test on select highway, rail routes
Posted on 16th November 2018
New Delhi: All telecom operators, except Reliance Jio, failed to meet call drop benchmark in drive test conducted by sector regulator Trai on different highway and rail routes, says a report.

According to a Trai report published on Thursday, while network performance of telcos differed on highways, none of them, except RJio, could meet call drop benchmark on the three rail routes covered under the test.

Trai walks a tightrope on OTT regulation
Posted on 15th November 2018
It won’t be a cakewalk for the telecom regulatory authority of India (Trai) which will soon address a long pending issue between the industry and over the top (OTT) players including WhatsApp, Skype, Google Duo among others.

The bone of contention is whether any regulatory imbalance exists between the two segments. While some say OTT industry should be regulated, others think that there needs to be a light touch regulation considering the fact that telecom networks are capital intensive.

Whatsapp, Skype, Hike soon to come under regulatory regime; TRAI seeks industry views
Posted on 12th November 2018
After coming out with draft regulations for telecommunications operators to stop pesky calls and texts, the Telecom Authority of India (TRAI) has issued the much-awaited consultation paper to debate whether the over-the-top (OTT) players such as Whatsapp, Facebook and Skype, among others, should be brought under the regulatory regime.

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