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Thursday, July 23, 2015

TRAI received the least number of call drop complaints against BSNL and maximum against Airtel & vodafone

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has received the maximum number of complaints for call drops against Bharti Airtel, in 2015. As per latest reports, there were 31 complaints of call drops against Airtel in 2015 (up to June 30). There were 17 complaints against Vodafone and 10 each for Idea Cellular and BSNL.

Exclusive: TRAI received the least number of call drop complaints TRAI received the least number of call drop complaints against BSNL and maximum against Airtel & vodafoneBSNL and the maximum against Airtel

In addition, TRAI received eight complaints against Reliance Communications, two against MTS, and one each against Aircel and Tata during the reported period, the telecom minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said in a written reply in the Lok Sabha.

Call drop in a network can occur due to various reasons, including insufficient coverage due to paucity of mobile towers and handover failure due to network congestion on account of more users in a particular area.

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has laid down quality of service parameters for mobile phone services. As per these regulations, TRAI has been monitoring the performance for service providers against the quality of service benchmarks for the various parameters through quarterly performance monitoring reports. The call drop rate should be less than 2 per cent, according to the TRAI benchmark.

"Meetings have been held by the regulator with operators for improving their performance. According to service providers, the common reasons attributed to call drops are equipment faults, frequent load shedding in some circles, difficulty in site acquisition, shutting of existing mobile towers due to radiation concerns and restrictions near international border," the minister said.

"Meetings with telecom service providers have been held in April as well as second week of July, 2015 on the call drop issue, wherein they have been asked to take immediate measures to address issues of call drops by radio frequency optimisation, installation of new sites and in-building solutions(IBS)," he added.

Department of Telecom (DoT) has asked TRAI to give its views as to whether the customers can be compensated for dropped calls. See its details below:


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