TRAI To Set Broad Parameters of Rules For In-Flight Connectivity


The telecom regulator plans to issue recommendations on allowing use of Wi-Fi services during flights, by the year end, and also plans to send its inputs to the telecom department for the upcoming new telecom policy. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) will set the broad parameters of rules for in flight connectivity which at the moment is barred within Indian air space and domestic airlines.

“Recommendations on inflight connectivity will come out by the year end, which is in next 15 days,” Trai chairman RS Sharma said on the sidelines of an event of Broadband India Forum on Wednesday.

“Inflight connectivity will be allowed, and recommendations will set the broad parameters for that,” he added, without divulging details of the recommendations. Read More…

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