Monday, 24 July 2017

India telcos warn dropped call fines will cost €7.6bn a year

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 11 November 15

Operators reportedly mulling court action after TRAI rejects their request to review the new compensation scheme.

India's mobile operators have warned that being forced to compensate customers for dropped calls will cost 540 billion rupees (€7.6 billion), which could jeopardise future network investment. According to an Economic Times report late last week…

India's mobile operators have warned that being forced to compensate customers for dropped calls will cost 540 billion rupees (€7.6 billion), which could jeopardise future network investment. According to an Economic Times report late last week…

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