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All telcos, except Jio, fail TRAI's call drop test on highway, rail routes

According to a TRAI report, none of the telecos like Airtel, Vodafone Idea or BSNL could meet call drop benchmark on rail routes of highways, except for Reliance Jio

Call Drop: Trai seeks government's help to penalise telecom operators

"All 3G networks have shown degradation in performance compared to previous drive test," says report.

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Telecos using Radio-Link Technology to mask call drops

The call remains artificially connected and the user is billed for the entire duration. Will TRAI take action?

Trai to Supreme Court on call drops: ‘Can reconsider fines, if free calls provided’

Citing Telenor as an example, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi said that if Telenor can come out with a scheme to give free calls for every call drop, so could other telcos.

Call drops: Firms making money, but not improving quality of service, Centre tells SC

Rohatgi, appearing for Trai, defended the penalty to be imposed by the regulator on the firms, saying it will be around Rs 280 crore and not thousands of crore as was being claimed by the service providers.

Call drops: Not inclined to reconsider regulation, Centre to SC

The court will now hear Trai’s stance on the importance of the regulation on call drops compensation to consumers on April 21.

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Examine whether decision of penalty on call drops should be reviewed: Supreme Court to Trai

Asks why technical papers were released a month after the regulation came in.

SC to telcos: Declare call drops never exceeded 2% threshold

The Trai regulation has mandated them to pay subscribers Re 1 for every call drop they experience on their network, subject to a cap of three call drops a day, starting from January 1, 2016.

Call drops: SC denies interim relief to telecom operators on HC order

SC denies interim relief to telecom companies against the Delhi HC order, will hear it again on March 10

Call drops: SC agrees to hear telcos' plea against compensating subscribers

Supreme Court today agreed to hear a plea of two cellular operator associations challenging Delhi High Court order upholding TRAI's decision

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