The much awaited 3G guidelines will be released by the month of June 2008 to lay out the UPA government vision to enhance mobile phone standards for 100 percent tele-density and extension of broadband facilities
The much awaited 3G guidelines will finally see the light of the day as the Ministry of Communication & IT would roll them out in the month of June 2008 to lay out the UPA government vision to enhance the mobile phone standards for 100% tele-density and extension of broadband facilities not only in urban India but also its rural part as scheduled by 2010, announced the Telecom & IT Minister, A Raja.
Inaugurating the ASSOCHAM organized 2-day Global Telecom Summit which begun here today, Raja said that his Ministry was currently deeply engaged in preparing detailed guidelines that would lay out a time schedule for execution of 3G technologies well within the domain of UPA regime.
Speaking on the occasion, Secretary, Dept. of Communication & IT, Siddharth Behura said that the Dept.of Telecom is committed to honor all its commitment announced up to 2010 as the Information & Telecom Ministry has already taken policy initiatives for them. A few more policy decisions need to be further initiated and with the roll out of 3G guidelines, the telecom industry would further witnessed a second generation revolution to ensure easy and much more competitive access to telephony, said Behura.