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TRAI wants spectrum cap revised to 35 per cent

NEW DELHI: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has suggested the revision of overall spectrum cap from the current limit of 25 per cent to touch 35 per cent.

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Spectrum payment limit eased, NTP to facilitate data and security

MUMBAI: The Telecom Commission has approved the extension of time period for the payment of spectrum bought in auctions by telcos to 16 years from the existing 10 years. This may ease out stress from the industry laden with around Rs 4500 billion debt.

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Don't levy spectrum usage charges as percentage of AGR: TRAI

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI: The minimum presumptive Adjusted Gross Revenue should not be made applicable to ISP licensees, and the spectrum usage charges should not be levied as percentage of AGR and existing formula-based mechanism of charging SUC should continue as also the existing system of payment of...

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Spectrum, VSAT licences AGR: TRAI discussion on 19 Jan

NEW DELHI: An Open House Discussion will be organised by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India on its consultation paper on minimum presumptive AGR for Spectrum and VSAT licenses. The OHD will be held in the capital on 19 January 2017. The paper was issued on 17 August 2016 after a query by the...

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Prasar Bharati lacks content & marketing; open to tie-ups: MIB Minister

NEW DELHI: Conceding that Prasar Bharati is lagging in both content and marketing, Minister of State for Information & Broadcasting (MIB) Rajyavardhan Rathore on Wednesday said there was a need to bring in outside experts for improving these aspects.

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