TRAI withdraws Direction on Submission Certificate of Compliance

Sep 11, 2018 | by Avantis RegTech Legal Research Team

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) vide its Direction No.101-41/2006- MN dated August 21, 2006, directed all Telecom Service Providers to furnish a certificate of compliance to the Authority by 31st July of every year in respect of the following:-

(i)                  Direction dated 28th October 2005 to all UASPs and BSNL regarding posting of information pertaining to USO related activities on their website;

(ii)                Direction dated 6th January 2005 to all service providers on opening of allotted codes;

(iii)               Direction dated 16th June 2004 to all CMSPs on auto roaming services to all Pre-paid subscribers; and

(iv)              Direction dated 11th July 2002 to all CMSPs to include standard terms and conditions in all tariff plans for pre-paid cards;

A committee was formed, comprising officers of TRAI and representatives of telecom service providers and associations, to identify infructuous or redundant regulations and amendments and it was observed that reporting of compliance by the service providers in respect of above cited Directions is no longer required.

Now, therefore, the TRAI has decided to withdraw the Direction No. 101-41/2006-MN dated August 21, 2006.





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