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Broadband Forum report links incentives under GST to Digital India success

NEW DELHI: As online media consumption in India has shown growth over the past few years with mobile devices having taken over as the preferred medium of consuming online media, the government needs to incentivise further mobile handset manufacturing under the proposed Goods and Services Tax (GST...

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TRAI-COAI spar on interconnect charges consultation paper

MUMBAI: Telco watchdog the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has garbaged allegations by the Cellular Operators Associaiton of India (COAI) that its latest consultation paper on call connect charges was “unfair” on incumbent operators and favouring newer entrants. TRAI chairman RS...

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BIF bats for OTT regulations & level-playing field for all in Net Neutrality debate

NEW DELHI: Broadband India Forum (BIF) has put its weight behind proposals to regulate OTT services, saying they too should be guided by same principles as ISPs and telecom service providers (TSP). “There  should be level playing field between the ISP/TSPs  and the OTT players. OTT players need to...

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TRAI advocates help of cable operators to spread broadband

NEW DELHI: Telecom Regulatory Authority of India chairman R S Sharma said connectivity was vital for digital India and Aadhaar had built the foundation for online linkages, adding that cable digital television systems could be used to enable delivery of broadband.

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Sixteen vans touring states to create awareness about digital and satellite technology

A total of sixteen vans are traveling to 34 districts of nine states to introduce one million citizens (10 lakh) to services only possible via interplay of Satellite Technology along with other existing Broadband technologies, such as optical fibre, mobile, cable, etc.

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