If you are worried about bad internet, then the government will change the rules! Wait for April 17 – TRAI will pronounce the order
Bad Internet Quality: Under this draft notification, suggestions have been sought to make slight changes in the existing rules for better convenience and quality service for the customers. These suggestions have been sought from the stakeholders from this area and the stakeholders have also been instructed to give suggestions by April 17.
Bad Internet Quality: If you are also troubled by poor internet quality, then the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has issued a draft notification in the interest of customers. Under this draft notification, suggestions have been sought to make slight changes in the existing rules for better convenience and quality service to the customers. These suggestions have been sought from the stakeholders from this area and the stakeholders have also been instructed to give suggestions by April 17. Let us tell you that TRAI has given information about this by issuing a draft notification on Monday and has also sought suggestions from the stakeholders on this matter.
Suggestions will have to be given by April 17
Let us tell you that on December 10, 2001, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India notified the regulation on the quality of service and internet access for dial-up. This regulation will be applicable to all Basic Service Operators and Internet Service Providers.
TRAI said in its draft notification that focusing on the quality of service means satisfying customers. Apart from this, the quality of service will be monitored from time to time. At the same time, the focus will also be on protecting the interests of the subscribers of internet service.
Due to this new rules are being brought
It was also told in the draft notification that these regulations were issued at a time when only dial-up service was used to access low-speed internet. But with the passage of time, telecommunication networks like wireline and wireless came to the fore for high-speed broadband service.
While Leased Line Access services are typically provided by Internet Gateway Service Providers (1GSPs) who have an ISP license for enterprises, it is a Service Level Agreement (SLA) based service. Being an SLA-based service, the agreement between the contracting parties is adequate and has provisions to safeguard concerns regarding the quality of service. Therefore, dial-up and leased line Internet access service, which appears to be a quality of service of 2001, is no longer relevant in the present context.