New Delhi: Telecom regulator Trai will soon give its recommendations on the exit policy - a move that will pave the way for operators to surrender licences - along with its report on fresh auction of 2G spectrum within two months.
"Whatever is connected with the licence conditions, it would be done. Yes," Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) Chairman JS Sarma told reporters when asked if the regulator will come up with final recommendations of the exit policy for telecom licence holders along with recommendations on fresh 2G auction.
Seeking comments from stakeholders, Trai had earlier this year issued a draft exit policy aimed at providing a route to companies, which want to leave the telecom sector.
In the exit policy, the Trai may deal with contentious issue that whether the operators' whose licences have been cancelled are eligible to get refund of their fees paid in 2008....more
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New Delhi: In a respite to new telecom service providers, who are operating in the highly competitive market dominated by incumbent GSM players, sectoral regulator TRAI on Thursday said it will come out with a paper seeking views on exit policy for such players. "I expect to issue pre-consultation paper on exit policy by the end of this month," Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Chairman J S Sarma told...
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