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National Telecom Policy 2012 Approved : No
Roaming Charges and Pan India MNP One
Nation – One Mobile Number -
The Govt of India today approved a National Telecom Policy 2012, which will replace more than a 12 years old telecom regulations and now mobile service users will be able to avail FREE Roaming and keep their Phone Numbers even if they switch service providers anywhere in the country with the Nation Wide Intra Circle MNP, proposed in the new Telecom Policy. The cabinet has approved the new National Telecom Policy with some changes from what was proposed earlier, The New Telecom Policy recommends one Nation, one license policy across services and service areas to abolish Roaming charges. The distinction between local and STD calls would vanish, as the policy aims at a ‘one-nation-one-licence’ regime. With the implementation of new National Telecom Policy, Now Telecom operators/Mobile Service providers would not require any separate licences for operations in various parts of the country and a single licence would suffice. Under the new telecom policy, telecom ministry also provisionsfor inter-circle Mobile Number Portability (MNP) i.e. Full MNP, which involves changingan operator while retaining the same phone number in different telecom circles.
Highlights : New National Telecom Policy 2012 :
1) One Nation-One License to mean removal of
Roaming charges on Mobile phone service.
2) Full Mobile Number Portability and work
towards One Nation – Free Roaming.
3) Efforts Towards ‘Right to Broadband’
4) Affordable and reliable Broadband on demand
by 2015 and to achieve 175 million broadband
connections by the year 2017 and 600 million
by the year 2020 at minimum 2 Mbps
download speed and making available higher
speeds of atleast 100 Mbps on demand.
5) To revise the existing broadband download
speed of 256 Kbps to 512 Kbps by end of 2012
and subsequently to 2 Mbps by2015 and
higher speeds of atleast 100 Mbps thereafter.
6) Mission is to have special coverage of Remote,
Rural areas across India.
7) Protect consumer interest bypromoting
informed consent, transparency and
accountability in quality of service, tariff, usage
8)Optimize transmission of services to consumers
irrespective of their devices or locations by
Fixed-Mobile 9) Convergence thus making
available valuable spectrum for other wireless
services. Convergence of services will cover voice, data,
video, Internet, VAS
10) Cloud Computing, Next Generation Network
including IPV6
11) De-link licenses issuances& spectrum
12) Spectrum to be made available at market
13) Seek TRAI recommendation on license
14) Will allow trading, sharing, pooling of spectrum..
Source- othr forum


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