To technological advances and changing market needs, the Indian Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRAI) issued on Monday a consultation document on the introduction of a unified license (UL) system for virtual network operators to adapt ( VNO).
TRAI has sought comments from interested parties.
It is expected that the Unified License System (UL) will reap the benefits of convergence, spectrum liberalization and to facilitate the separation of networks that provide license services to enable telecom service providers to use optimally and Efficiency of their networks and share the spectrum of active and passive infrastructure.
“TRAI has published a consultation document on the introduction of UL (VNO) for the approval of Class B license access services with the districts of a state issued as a service area.TRAI this consultation document, specific quick questions For consideration by interested parties, said in a statement.
The Authority was introducing the WNV in May 2015 and recommended the most recent guidelines, the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has issued and the license agreement for the UL grant last May.
TRAI has sought to know stakeholders whether existing franchisees should live to be commissioned to migrate a system license based on Class B UL (VNO) or the duration of the license is carried out for 10 years under The UL policy (VNO).