Indian Supreme Court bars Bharti Airtel from adding new 3G connections, existing subscribers will continue to receive services


 

 

The Supreme Court on Thursday has shaken the ground for major telecom operators in India. The SC ruling stated that Bharti Airtel, Idea and Vodafone cannot continue adding new 3G customers till further notice. In case of Vodafone and Idea, the court has however allowed the two telecom companies party to the 3G roaming case.

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There are no restrictions for existing customers as they can continue to avail the current services. However, in case of Bharti Airtel the court has ruled them to stop adding new customers in seven circles. The SC bench was led by CJI which issued notices to all parties and BSNL to submit their views on the subject before the court in four weeks. The next hearing for the case is scheduled on May 9 for final hearing.

Source: ET, NDTV, TOI

 

Published by Bhavesh Kumar

A multi-talented media professional with diverse experience spanning across journalism (digital and broadcast), management consultancy and documentary filmmaking. Worked for the leading newspaper (the Times of India) and news broadcaster (NDTV India) on their web portal, feature stories, shooting, scripting, programming and editing broadcast news. A creative mindset focused on executing new-age strategic communication initiatives with all its corresponding elements (clear and coherently written key messages, social media marketing and multimedia content) to ensure effective target audience impressions. Also, worked on several primary and secondary market research projects (Market Feasibility Study) for business expansion into new markets.

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