Call drops raise questions about Digital India. Spectrum shortage is at the heart of the matter.
As reported by The Indian Express on Tuesday, MP Balabhadra Majhi had written in a letter to the PM that when he met Prasad on July 22 to complain about BSNL’s service in his constituency.
Union Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad says the Congress stalling of Parliament was meant to derail passing of the GST Bill, tells Nitish Kumar he cannot claim to be the ‘epitome of Bihar DNA’.
The reason why the cap needs to be looked at afresh in the case of sharing and even trading is because the two lead to more spectral efficiency
Full MNP will enable subscribers to transfer their mobile numbers to any new city or locality across India.
Digital India will broadly aim at four things: bridging the digital divide, improving governance, harnessing power in the common man’s hand, and a politically and ideologically neutral campaign.
The two-day programme has been organised by FICCI with the support of department of telecommunications and The Financial Express.
Prasad also assured the industry that spectrum auctions will be conducted in a fair, reasonable and timely manner.
This is to ensure that the project isn’t delayed beyond 2019, the scheduled deadline, as users and operators come to grips with the e-enterprise.
Communications and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad continues to be the Information & Broadcasting Minister.
The Department informed a majority of service areas are going at a premium over reserve price and the competitive bidding is expected to continue.
Prasad also asked Scindia to withdraw his statement.
Leader of Opposition Satyadev Katare said the post should have gone to someone from the state, and not an outsider.
Telephone subscribers have been complaining about frequent call drops.
Telecom Minister promises to provide the facility for 407 tourist spots across country soon.