Call drop is a big problem for smartphone users in the country. Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has made preparations to deal with this problem. Along with this, level playing field will also be provided to the telecom sector to help in its growth. TRAI can make strict regulations to solve call drops.
Along with this, work is also being done to implement the Quality of Services (QoS), allocation of Satcom spectrum and the Telecommunications Act passed in the Parliament last year. TRAI The telecom regulator’s new chairman, Anil Kumar Lahoti, said while talking to reporters that the priorities of the telecom regulator include improving QoS and helping the growth of the telecom sector. The problem of call drops has increased in the last few months. To solve this, TRAI is considering making strict regulations.
Allocation of spectrum to telecom companies will also be expedited to provide satellite internet services. Involved in big telecom companies Reliance JioAmerican billionaire Elon Musk’s company Starlink and Amazon’s Project Kuiper are also interested in providing this service in the country. Reliance Jio’s satellite based internet service JioSpaceFiber may start soon. Last year, the company had showcased Satcom technology at the India Mobile Congress. Reliance Jio may soon get the necessary approval from the Indian Space Promotion and Authorization Center (IN-SPACe).
Recently, in a media report quoting a source having information about this, it was said that the company has submitted the mandatory documents with IN-SPACe. To start satellite internet services, telecom companies will have to obtain security clearance as well as approval from several ministries. Last year, at the India Mobile Congress, Reliance Jio had said that it has connected four remote areas with its JioSpaceFiber service. These fields are Gir in Gujarat, Korba in Chhattisgarh, Nabarangpur in Odisha and Jorhat in Assam, ONGC said. Its satellite internet service can compete with Elon Musk’s Starlink and Amazon’s Project Kuiper. These foreign companies have plans to launch these services. There may be a licensing process in providing spectrum for satellite internet services.