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TRAI seeks suggestions to prevent misuse of fixed broadband licence fee exemption

One of the sectors that received a rapid boost last year amid the work from home scenario was fixed-line broadband. After years of tepid growth, deep-pocketed players, as well as smaller cable operators began increasing focus on the segment as the demand escalated.

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TRAI issues recommendations on cloud services

Following a multistage consultation process, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has released recommendations on cloud services. The regulatory body issued a consultation paper on 23 October 2019 inviting inputs on the number of industry bodies.

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TDSAT upholds RCom petition against DoT on one-time spectrum charge

The Telecom Disputes Settlement and  Appellate  Tribunal (TDSAT) upheld Reliance Communications Ltd’s (RCOM) petition against the Department of Telecommunications (DoT), challenging DoT’s decision to impose One-Time Spectrum Charge  (OTSC)  on  its  contracted  CDMA  and  GSM  spectrum resources on...

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Indian M&E saw mix of regulations change the game in 2018

If TRAI’s tariff regime for the Indian broadcast and cable sectors --- in suspended animation from sometime end 2016 --- did not occupy top mind space of the industry in 2018, the year just gone by could also boast of some other major regulatory exploratory moves that could have deep impact on the...

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MIB to hold MSO conference on 18 December

Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB), through Broadcast Engineering Consultants India Ltd (BECIL), is organising a conference of MSOs, the cable TV industry representatives, that will be held on 18 December in New Delhi. The discussions will pertain to several issues related to broadband...

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