Trai looks to work on new series of mobile numbers


NEW DELHI: With connectivity rising manifold following the rollout of 5G and different providers reminiscent of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and web of issues (IoT), telecom regulator Trai is trying to present extra numbers, whereas cleansing present backlog, to consider progress within the sector.
Trai has come out with a session paper on the matter after it was requested by the telecom ministry to discover out new quantity series in view of the superlative progress within the telecom sector.
“In recent years, availability of numbering resources is facing challenges due to the significant expansion of services and substantial increase in number of connections in both fixed line as well as in mobile segment. With a current total of 1199.3 million telephone subscribers and teledensity of 85.7% as of end of March 2024, there is a need to carefully examine utilisation of numbering resources and implement judicious policy decisions to ensure an adequate reservoir for the sustainable growth of telecommunication services,” Trai mentioned within the session paper ‘Revision of National Numbering Plan’.
Trai mentioned as India’s telecommunication panorama undergoes a metamorphosis, pushed by cutting-edge community architectures and the convergence of applied sciences like M2M communication, IoT, and 5G, the position of numbering assets positive factors even larger significance.
Trai additionally mentioned DoT it’s dealing with calls for from telecom operators in addition to govt departments and non-govt organisations for new numbers.

Nilesh Desai
Nilesh Desai
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