Industry Welcomes TRAI Proposal On In-flight Mobile Calls, Internet Services


The Indian industry on Friday welcomed the proposal of TRAI to allow both Internet access and mobile phone calls on board aircraft in Indian airspace.

“It is a progressive move and good for today’s travellers who want to be connected all the time,” Sharat Dhall, COO (B2C) with Yatra.com told IANS.

“Also brings India in line with the more developed markets where it has been in existence for a while now. The airlines will have to make significant investment of time and resources for this to get implemented so it may take a while for it to actually come into use.”

The Indian telecom regulator on Friday recommended that both Internet access and mobile phone calls should be permitted on board aircraft in Indian airspace. Read More…

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