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TRAI recommendations for in-flight connectivity by year end

TRAI recommendations for in-flight connectivity by year end

New Delhi, Dec 13 (UNI) The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) was in final stages to bring out its recommendations for much-awaited in-flight connectivity and also plans to send its inputs to the telecom department for the upcoming new telecom policy, TRAI chairman RS Sharma said on Wednesday.

Talking to reporters at the sidelines of an event here on Wednesday TRAI Chairman said, "Recommendations on in-flight connectivity will come out by the year end, which is in next 15 days."

He however declined to divulge the details of the recommendations.

Speaking at the event organised by Broadband India Forum, Sharma said the telecom regulator will set the broad parameters of rules for in flight connectivity which at the moment is barred within Indian air space and domestic airlines.

He said TRAI will also give its view for the new telecom policy (NTP) which is being drafted by the Telecom Department. The DoT plans to bring the first draft by the year end and the policy by March next year.

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