Indian Telecom Industry Vs 3G And Mnp Worldwide The 8th Take

By April 1st, 2010 AT 1:43 PM

Greetings to all our esteemed readers of Telecom Talk, so Q2 is over and I guess everyone in our telecom industry has been quite busy recently like me in achieving the targets.

At first will like to congrats Team TT, for achieving a mark more than 4k in terms of subscribed readers.Everyone here must have heard about the new delayed date for MNP implementation and that’s 30th of June the government is saying that still “operators need to be ready for it by upgrading their networks”.

Let’s see if this date is not further extended to 30 Sep or much further and just to update our readers originally MNP was to be implemented in India by sep-2009 and every time the date was extended by 3months.

I guess would it not be good if initially they had given a date like sep-2010 for the Implementation of MNP at least it would have eradicated the resentment amongst the Indian mob towards the govt procedures anyway let’s have a look at the MNP implementation all around the globe.

Alongside 3G auction down the line let’s see if things move favorable(can’t be sure because of so many twists and turns) and we hear something good then it will be a party time for all the Indian folks who are waiting for 3G auction mean time lets also look at the 3G launches around the globe …

TO BE CONTINUED…

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Emad

Sajid :
3i means 3 idiots and 3G means 3 G****. Only a G**** believes that it will be implemented.

lol

Emad
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great news

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