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Attorney General in favour of TRAI's decision on call drops

India blooms News Service | 21 Apr 2016, 08:29 pm
New Delhi, Apr 21 (IBNS) Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi on Thursday supported the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India's (TRAI) decision to impose penalty on telecom operators for call drops, according to media reports.
The Attorney General said that four to five service providers are running a cartel of billion subscribers said media reports.
 
Mukul Rohatgi had informed the Supreme Court that he will meet telecom ministry and TRAI officials to review the technical papers and the issue of call drops.
 
SC is currently hearing a plea by telecom companies, challenging the Delhi High Court’s verdict which upheld TRAI's notification 
 
Telecom operators have been opposing the the regulatory body's mandate to compensate consumers with rupee one per call up to three dropped calls per day, starting from Jan 2016. 
 
According to reports, the Supreme Court on March 17 had asked TRAI to review its call drop penalty regulation in light of related technical papers.

Attorney General in favour of TRAI's decision on call drops

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