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NTP99

Importance of Telecommunications
The Government of India (Government) recognizes that provision of world class telecommunications infrastructure and information is the key to rapid economic and social development of the country. It is critical not only for the development of the Information Technology industry, but also has widespread ramifications on the entire economy of the country. It is also anticipated that going forward, a major part of the GDP of the country would be contributed by this sector. Accordingly, it is of vital importance to the country that there be a comprehensive and forward looking telecommunications policy which creates an enabling framework for development of this industry...For more details Click here - NTP99

 Access Providers

Cellular Mobile Service Providers
The Cellular Mobile Service Providers (CMSP) shall be permitted to provide mobile telephony services including permission to carry its own long distance traffic within their service area without seeking an additional licence. Direct interconnectivity between licenced CMSP’s and any other type of service provider (including another CMSP) in their area of operation including sharing of infrastructure with any other type of service provider shall be permitted. Interconnectivity between service providers in different service areas shall be reviewed in consultation with TRAI and the same would be announced by August 15, 1999 as a part of the structure for...For more details Click here - Access Providers

 Broadband Policy 2004

Recognising the potential of ubiquitous Broadband service in growth of GDP and enhancement in quality of life through societal applications including tele-education, tele-medicine, e-governance, entertainment as well as employment generation by way of high speed access to information and web-based communication, Government have finalised a policy to accelerate the growth of Broadband services...For more details Click here - Broadband Policy 2004

 Spectrum Management

With the proliferation of new technologies and the growing demand for telecommunication services, the demand on spectrum has increased manifold. It is, therefore, essential that spectrum be utilized efficiently, economically, rationally and optimally. There is a need for a transparent process of allocation of frequency spectrum for use by a service and making it available to various users under specific conditions...For more details Click here - Spectrum Management

 Universal Service obligation

The Government is committed to provide access to all people for basic telecom services at affordable and reasonable prices. The Government seeks to achieve the following universal service objectives...For more details Click here - Universal Service obligation

Guidelines For Auction And Allotment Of Spectrum For 3G Telecom Services

The government of india hereby announces the following guidelines for auction and allotment of 3G telecom services...For more details Click here - 3G Guidelines

Guidelines For Auction And Allotment Of Spectrum For BWA Services

The government of india hereby announces the following guidelines for auction and allotment of BWA services...For more details Click here - BWA Guidelines

Draft India Remarks in the National Frequency Allocation Table (NFAP-08)

Remarks in the National Frequency Allocation Table...For more details Click here - NFAP-08