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TRAI issues draft norms for number portability

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    Source: http://www.ciol.com//News/News-Reports/TRAI-issues-draft-norms-for-number-portability/1709121751/0/

    India's Telecom regulator TRAI unveiled on Tuesday the draft regulations for the introduction of mobile number portability (MNP), which allows consumers to change their telecom operator without changing their phone number.

    The draft regulations describe the rights, obligations and duties of both the telecom operators (donor and recipient) for the "porting" (changing) of mobile number, TRAI said in a statement.

    According to the draft regulations, new mobile users will be permitted to change their operators only after 90 days of signing up with their first service provider. It has also recommended that after changing their operator, consumers need to stay with the new telco for a minimum of 90 days.

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