MTS India and Uninor (Mumbai) Mobile Services Can Be Continued Till March 11

Supreme Court of India once again allowed MTS India and Uninor (Mumbai circle), whose mobile service license were due to be revoked on 18th January as per an earlier Supreme Court’s order, will continue their mobile services until it hears the case next on 11 March, 2013.

MTS India and Uninor

The Supreme Court of India was scheduled to hear the case on February 4 as earlier we shared on TelecomTALK, but changed the date to 11th March without specifying any reasons.

It significant to share that a two-member bench of the Supreme Court had also indicated that it may not extend the temporary permits of mobile services if they did not bid for licenses in the upcoming auction of spectrum for 1800mhz and 800 Mhz (GSM/CDMA).

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javed khan
javed khan

If Uninor were aware that the case or hearing was in supreme court, why did it continue to render new subscribers for new and old SIM service users. They should have informed their outlets about the ongoing hearing and should had halt their service by 5 or 6 Feb 2013, before selling new sim cards to customers. Now, who is going to compensate, as I have already distributed my uninor no. to many people, business, friends and family circles. I want resolution

Kaushik Roy
Kaushik Roy

WHEN OPERATORS WILL GET THE NEW LICENCES THAT THEY WON IN NOVEMBER 2012 AUCTION ? LIKE VIDEOCON IN BIHAR

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