TRAI for special tariff vouchers to cut roaming rates
TRAI Chairman Rahul Khullar and chief executives of top telecom operators discussed on Thursday, the option of allowing mobile phone companies to issue special tariff vouchers (STV) to bring down national roaming charges. Khullar said a decision would be ready in 10-15 days after the final rules were formulated.
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