New Delhi: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Monday said companies exiting the telecommunication sector need not to be refunded their entry fee and a separate policy to help them move out is not necessary.
"There is no need for a separate exit policy and that the entry fee paid will continue to be non-refundable," TRAI said in its draft response to 'Exit Policy for Various Telecom Licenses'.
The exit policy was to be created for categories like the 122 UAS license given on or after January 10, 2008, licences given prior to January 10, 2008 and all other licence and future licences.
"The provision for surrender of license is already prescribed in the draft guidelines. As such, the Authority (TRAI) does not find any justification for a separate exit policy in case of Unified Licensing Regime," TRAI said....more
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