Govt likely to ask telcos to stop 3G roaming pacts
Sep 28 2012, 15:50 | By CNBC-TV18
India is likely to send a notice on Friday to telecom carriers asking them to stop providing third-generation (3G) mobile data services through roaming pacts outside their licensed zones immediately, Telecommunications Secretary R Chandrashekhar said.
The government sold 3G airwaves in an auction in 2010 that attracted much higher bids than expected, and no single company managed to get spectrum in all of the country's 22 zones.
Leading mobile operators Bharti Airtel
With inputs from Reuters
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