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"There is a need for making more spectrum available for commercial activities"

As call drops and poor network problems are being mentioned even by the prime minister, new telecom regulatory authority of India (TRAI) chairman Ram Sevak Sharma talks on the

Call drops: Whose jurisdiction is it anyway?

While talking to a friend on a mobile phone have you experienced a sudden disruption in connection? And the call ends abruptly midway? Chances are you have. Call drops have become a serious problem

Mobile number portability request reaches up to 20.47 crore

Up to 51 lakh requests for mobile number portability (MNP) were received by the telecom operators in February 2016, bringing the total number of requests up to 20.47 crore, according to a report by

No compensation for call drop, SC rules

Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that telecom operators do not need to compensate its users on every call drop. The apex court has ruled against Telecom Regulatory Authority of Indi

Most telecom operators fail to meet call drop threshold: TRAI

Most telecom service providers failed to meet the call drop rate threshold of less than two percent in Delhi and the national capital region (NCR). This was revealed in an independent test drive re

In Bhopal, BSNL call drop rate touches 22.17%

In Bhopal, the state-run telecom operator BSNL is the leading violator of call drop rate benchmark of two percent, set by telecom regulatory authority of India (TRAI). TRAI carried

Mega spectrum auction: What it means for you

The union cabinet headed by prime minister Narendra Modi has approved the sale of all available spectrum. The move apart from adding lakhs of crores to the government’s coffers is also being

We have plan for revival of MTNL: Manoj Sinha, MoS Telecom

Minister of state for railways Manoj Sinha, who doesn’t hesitate to call a spade a spade, has also taken charge of the telecom ministry, which is conducting the largest-ever spectrum auct

Problem of call drops is more severe indoors: DoT

According to the department of telecommunications (DoT), the problem of call drops is more severe indoors. DoT`s observation is derived from the feedback it received from consumers throug

A tree-climbing minister and other mobile signal tales

“Hello, hello. Can you hear me now,” shouted a man as he waved his mobile phone in the air, hoping to catch the elusive signal. It didn’t work. He gave a forlorn look at his mob

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