By June 23rd, 2009 AT 1:14 PM

jammu and kashmir mobileTRAI has finally come forward in rescue of telecom subscribers in J&K after reviewing complaints from subscribers in  Jammu and Kashmir TRAI has demanded all the telecom service provider who runs its service in J&K to provide quality mobile service.

J S Sarma, Chairman of Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has urged the telecom companies operating in Jammu and Kashmir to provide complete and quality mobile service to through out the state.

Stressing for monitoring quality of mobile services to the subscribers keeping in view the topography and the difficult terrain of the border state, Sarma assured that all possible logical support would be extended to them for providing quality services to the people.

He emphasised drawing out  year wise plan to expand the mobile connectivity to the left out hilly and remote areas of the state. Over 40 lakh users of J&K have been covered under mobile services network and this move by TARI is going to biring a great relief for them.

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i thanks TRAI for their support for the subscribers.but real ground steps are neccessary.telecom companies are looting customers by poor services

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