TRAI to set broad parameters of rules for in-flight connectivity

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) plans to issue recommendations on allowing use of Wi-Fi services during flights. The telecom regulator will set a broad framework of rules for in flight connectivity which at the moment is barred within Indian air space and domestic airlines and also further plans to give its view for the new telecom policy (NTP) which is being drafted by the telecom department.

The regulatory body of the telecom department (TRAI), has further created four working groups within the regulatory body which will contribute their outlooks to the Department of Telecommunications (DoT). The DoT plans to bring the policy by March 2018.

Source: The Economic Times

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