Telecom minister to meet CEOs on Nov 1 over call drop issue

Earlier this year, telcos had submitted a 100 day action plan on strategy to address call drop issue.

Published:October 28, 2016 2:18 pm
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Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha will meet CEOs of telecom companies on November 1 to review the call drop issue and chalk out a road map for future. “The minister will meet CEOs on call drop issue…we have held one meeting already and this (upcoming) meeting will be for stocktaking and road map for the future,” Telecom Secretary JS Deepak said.

He said that according to TRAI, there has been an improvement in the call drop situation.

Earlier this year, telcos had submitted a 100 day action plan on strategy to address call drop issue. They had committed to set up 60,000 base stations as part of this action plan. “We will review the plan,” Deepak added.