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TRAI's delicensing proposal stirs up a hornet's nest

Telcos fear that the telecom regulator's latest recommendations will further affect their revenues and lead to service-quality issues.
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On a bright sunny day in Toronto, you hop on to a tourist bus for a trip around the city. The audio commentary mentions how the Heritage Protection Law there has led to architectural façadism — the practice of preserving the façade of an old building while a new one is constructed behind it. You notice the buildings and wonder
lawyer quoted above. Bottom line Incumbent telcos are under a lot pressure because of the disruption caused by Jio. Therefore, any new recommendation by TRAI sends shockwaves in their boardrooms. But can that be a cause for undermining the initiatives of the government and the sector regulator and always looking at them with suspicion? Probably not.
On a bright sunny day in Toronto, you hop on to a tourist bus for a trip around the city. The audio commentary mentions how the Heritage Protection Law there has led to architectural façadism — the practice of preserving the façade of an old building while a new one is constructed behind it. You notice the buildings and wonder lawyer quoted above. Bottom line Incumbent telcos are under a lot pressure because of the disruption caused by Jio. Therefore, any new recommendation by TRAI sends shockwaves in their boardrooms. But can that be a cause for undermining the initiatives of the government and the sector regulator and always looking at them with suspicion? Probably not.

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