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TRAI moves to check arbitrary disconnection of SIMs

Telecom regulator TRAI has initiated debate on the issue of operators arbitrarily disconnecting services of customers on the grounds of ’non-usage of numbers’ or ‘inactive SIM connections’ According to information provided by telecom operators to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, around 20 crore SIMs were inactive for over a certain period of time and the total balance on that …

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Vodafone New Zealand to publish environmental credentials for mobile phones

Vodafone’s New Zealand arm is about to start publishing an “eco-rating” for each of the handsets sold by its retailers. Using information obtained from handset manufacturers, consumers will know how much each phone is impacting the environment. Information such as carbon emissions and how much water is used in manufacturing, as well as ethical factors like labor policies, health and …

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FTC plans mobile security event for June 4

FTC plans mobile security The Federal Trade Commission said today that it will convene a one-day event on security-related “threats to mobile devices.” The event, to be held on June 4 in the agency’s Washington, D.C., conference center, will be the latest in a series of similar events that have focused on topics including online data collection and advertising. It’s …

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Pesky callers will be blacklisted if complained against, says TRAI

Pesky callers will be blacklisted The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has been working towards getting rid of the menace of unsolicited calls and SMSes, and that is no secret. Now in a step further in that direction, the body has decided to get down to disconnecting facilities of those subscribers, who are found sending unsolicited communication.   The …

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