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Kejriwal bullying people, misusing Delhi funds in Punjab: Akali Dal

Punjab`s ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) on Thursday alleged that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was "bullying and pressurising" electorate in Punjab to support his Aam Aadmi Party.

Trai to start mobile service quality consultation this month

Trai to start mobile service quality consultation this month

In a bid to improve customer experience in the world's second largest mobile market, telecom regulator Trai is planning to start consultation on quality benchmark for voice and data services in a fortnight.

TRAI explores public wi-fi models, expects 90% cut in data cost

TRAI explores public wi-fi models, expects 90% cut in data cost

Telecom regulator TRAI Wednesday sought public views on allowing non-telecom companies to participate in setting up public wifi hotspots, and said low- cost Wi-Fi access infrastructure could slash internet rates by up to 90 percent, while offering faster speeds.

COAI backs TRAI proposal on flat spectrum usage charge

COAI backs TRAI proposal on flat spectrum usage charge

Government should move to a flat levy for spectrum usage charge as suggested by Trai or clearly specify a timeline in case it decides to adopt an interim weighted average formula, industry body COAI Wednesday said.

 

TRAI sees flaw in DoT spectrum charge code; bats for flat rate

TRAI sees flaw in DoT spectrum charge code; bats for flat rate

Telecom regulator TRAI Tuesday reiterated its suggestion of charging mobile operators a flat spectrum charge as it found loopholes in existing method used by government to collect levy for use of airwaves.

Call drop improvement in 5 months, spectrum sale by September: Manoj Sinha

Call drop improvement in 5 months, spectrum sale by September: Manoj Sinha

As call drop problem persists, the new Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha on Friday said resolving the issue is the "top priority" and hoped for "qualitative improvement" in 4-5 months with a mega-spectrum auction likely to be held in September.

Trai launches Myspeed app to measure real time mobile Internet speed

Trai launches Myspeed app to measure real time mobile Internet speed

Myspeed app will show mobile data speed of each operator in a given area on real time basis.

Apps, websites should be free to decide on free data: Nasscom

IT industry body Nasscom has said telecom regulator Trai should give complete flexibility to apps and websites for deciding on provisions for rewarding free data to customers.

Telecom watchdog brings out app that helps consumers monitor data offered by operators; launch on July 5

Telecom watchdog brings out app that helps consumers monitor data offered by operators; launch on July 5

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: The telecom watchdog has come out with a mobile app that will help consumers monitor 3G or 4G internet speed on their smartphones.

The app called MySpeed app can be downloaded from the government-run Mobile Seva App store.

Airtel, Vodafone, Reliance, Idea, Aircel need to better call drop rate: Telecom regulator

Airtel, Vodafone, Reliance, Idea, Aircel need to better call drop rate: Telecom regulator

Most of the telecom operators have shown improvement in network performance although Airtel, Vodafone, Reliance, Aircel and Idea need to better their call drop rate performance in Delhi-NCR, Trai today said.

Call drops: Telecom secretary to meet CEOs of mobile service providers today

Call drops: Telecom secretary to meet CEOs of mobile service providers today

With the issue over call drops refusing to die down, Telecom Secretary J S Deepak will meet with CEOs of mobile service providers to discuss that and much more.

Call drops: TRAI seeks power to imprison, fine violators

Call drops: TRAI seeks power to imprison, fine violators

Seeking more teeth to check call drops, the regulator TRAI has asked government to amend law to allow it to impose penalty of up to Rs 10 crore on mobile operators and jail term of up to two years on their executives for any violation of regulatory framework.

DoT Secretary to discus call drop, policy reforms with CEOs

DoT Secretary to discus call drop, policy reforms with CEOs

New Delhi: Telecom Secretary J S Deepak will deliberate on the problem of call drop, investments in the sector and ongoing policy reforms with CEOs of service providers on June 10.

Have open mind on punitive powers for watchdog on call drops: Communications Minister

Have open mind on punitive powers for watchdog on call drops: Communications Minister

New Delhi: Communications Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Friday said he has an open mind on empowering the telecom watchdog to impose penalties on operators for call drops and poor service quality, but will await a formal request.

Except RCom, Vodafone all Delhi telcos fall below call drop rate threshold

Except RCom, Vodafone all Delhi telcos fall below call drop rate threshold

Most telecom service providers failed to meet the call drop rate threshold of less than two percent in the national capital region (NCR) during a recent test drive, TRAI data revealed.

Telcos take cover under new technology to mask call drops

Telcos take cover under new technology to mask call drops

Trying to deflect heat over poor service quality, mobile operators are taking refuge in a new technology to "mask" call drops that shows a call as remaining 'connected' even when the network connection is lost and the caller is unable to hear voice from the other side.

TRAI mulls ways for free Internet within Net Neutrality

TRAI mulls ways for free Internet within Net Neutrality

New Delhi: Telecom regulator TRAI on thursday proposed exploring models to give consumers free Internet service within the Net neutrality framework, months after barring platforms like Facebook's Free Basics and Airtel Zero under its differential pricing rule.

TRAI to start net neutrality consultations in 3 days

TRAI to start net neutrality consultations in 3 days

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has already resolved differential tariff issue, which is a major part of net neutrality.

Self-regulation: Airtel sets benchmark of 1.5% for call drops

Self-regulation: Airtel sets benchmark of 1.5% for call drops

A day after the Supreme Court stuck down Trai's regulation to compensate consumers for call drops, Bharti Airtel announced to voluntary implement a more stringent benchmark of 1.5 percent for call drops.

DNA: Call drop fine imposed on telecom companies by TRAI suspended by SC

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