Cabinet Decisions: अगले राउंड की स्पेक्ट्रम नीलामी मार्च 2021 तक, कैबिनेट की मिली मंजूरी

कुल ऑफरिंग 2251.25 MHz की है, जिसकी कुल वैल्युएशन 3,92,332.70 करोड़ रुपये है.

Cabinet Decisions, Union Cabinet has approved the next round of spectrum auction, to be held in march 2021

5G सेवाओं में होगी देरी! टेलिकॉम कंपनियों को स्पेक्ट्रम के लिए करना पड़ सकता है इंतजार

5G Services: दूरसंचार विभाग ने सरकारी कंपनी एमएसटीसी को स्पेक्ट्रम ऑक्शन सॉफ्टवेयर को डिजाइ

next round of spectrum auction may be in last week of January but may not have radio waves identified for 5G services

देश में जल्द आएगी 5G सर्विस, मार्च-अप्रैल में हो सकती है स्पेक्ट्रम की नीलामी

डीसीसी ने 5.22 लाख करोड़ रुपये की स्पेक्ट्रम नीलामी योजना को शुक्रवार को मंजूरी दी.

5G services will start in india soon telecom department approves spectrum auction

Will this new spectrum usage charge formula help telecom companies? Find out

The Telecom Commission on Tuesday decided to adopt the weighted average formula, operator-wise, to calculate the spectrum usage charge and include the 2300 (BWA) MHz spectrum acquired through auctions in 2010 in the weight.

DoT asks telcos to align spectrum spots by June 15

In a move that gives telecom operators opportunity to provide quality service and high speed mobile internet, the Department of Telecom...


Forget the battle on call drops, Ravi Shankar Prasad is busy trying to ease spectrum bottlenecks for industry

Telecom minister Ravi Shankar Prasad may have got the telecom industry up in arms over his campaign against call drops, but he has also worked hard to address the industry’s biggest constraint, that of shortage of spectrum

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Vodafone gives a thumbs-up to govt’s spectrum initiatives

The process of spectrum harmonisation is also going on, which will offer additional airwaves.


DoT likely to get 202 Mhz spectrum due to harmonisation

The Department of Telecom (DoT) is likely to get around 202 Mhz spectrum in 1,800 Mhz band due to harmonisation of airwaves by early next month, which will be put for auction in July.

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Top 7 decisions PM Narendra Modi-chaired Cabinet took today: From Indian Railways to highways, all you want to know

From greater autonomy to oil PSUs for crude procurement, highway construction and expansion to the National Hydrology Project and enhancing technical expertise for Indian Railways, the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister

DoT to seek Cabinet nod to change norms to liberalise spectrum

The Department of Telecom is going to approach the Cabinet to seek its approval for change in policy to liberalise spectrum that were allocated to mobile service providers without auction.


Lower spectrum usage charge to mean little to Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Idea, Centre

The Telecom Commission's decision to charge a flat 3% spectrum usage charge (SUC) on mobile operators' adjusted gross revenue (AGR) in place of 5% with regard to spectrum acquired through auctions will be revenue-neutral for

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Service tax levy on spectrum to increase call, data tariff rates: COAI

Industry body COAI today said the proposal in Finance Bill 2016 to declare spectrum allocations as services will result in a tax burden of Rs 77,000 crore...

Wide open spaces of Indian White Space spectrum

There is hardly any White Space spectrum in Band IV in lower UHF in India. Instead, there is a vast expanse of ‘non-white’ spectrum—one could call it regular spectrum

Don’t kill spectrum goose: Telcos can’t pay good price for 700MHz, don’t auction 

Going by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (TRAI) latest consultation paper, the next auction – in FY16 or FY17 is not clear – will be the mother of all auctions.

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DoT, defence ministry work out spectrum swapping route

The department of telecommunications (DoT) and the defence ministry are understood to have worked out the modalities for swapping 1900 megahertz...

Column: Move carefully on white space tech

Existing spectrum rules pose a problem for allocation of unused spectrum for white space technologies

Telcos can now start spectrum trading as DoT issues guidelines

The department of telecommunications (DoT) on Tuesday notified guidelines relating to spectrum trading, which will help mobile operators buy and sell spectrum from one another.

DoT notifies spectrum trading guidelines

The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) on Tuesday notified guidelines that will allow mobile phone companies to trade spectrum among themselves.

Telecom department to notify spectrum sharing rules next week: Official

India's Department of Telecommunications will notify next week, the much-awaited rules to allow mobile phone companies to share spectrum among themselves, a top government official said on Friday.

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Spectrum trading: Expect telcos to exit, low bids in auction

Spectrum trading is expected to reduce the number of telecom operators leading to a higher market share as well as curb aggressive bids in the upcoming auction of mobile airwaves, Fitch and Ind-Ra said.

Call drops: One way to ameliorate situation is to compensate customers, says TRAI Chairman RS Sharma

Call drops: Customers are not getting the services they should and one way to ameliorate situation is to compensate them, says TRAI Chairman RS Sharma.

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Spectrum policy: Sharing’s fine, allow trading next

That will provide operators exit options and allow them to sell spectrum as per business needs


Spectrum sharing positive for telecom sector: India Rating

Operators can pool their spectrum holding for a common use, and cannot lease out additional/unutilised spectrum held by them.


Call drops: Frequent auctions, inadequate spectrum a big issue 

Telecom secretary Rakesh Garg is right when he says the worsening call drops are not related only to the lack of telecom towers and that telcos need to fix their networks.


Dial-an-opportunity: Spectrum sharing is of limited use with constraints

Combining spectrum across operators ensures greater spectral efficiency and download speeds, and also allows telcos with lower number of subscribers to make better use of it.

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Cabinet approves spectrum sharing by telcos

In a bid to ease telecom congestion, the government today allowed companies to share airwaves in the same band so as to reduce call drops but did not allow leasing of spectrum.

You have enough spectrum, address call drops: Ravi Shankar Prasad to telcos

Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Sunday asked mobile operators to walk the extra mile to reinforce their systems as they have enough spectrum to provide telephony services without interruption.

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