Reliance Communications To Shut Voice Call Service From Dec 1 – Subscribers Can Port till December 31

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Reliance Communications To Shut Voice Call Service: Reliance Communication now facing loss situation and decides to shut down voice call service from December 1 and its customers can move to other networks by the end of the year, as per direction issued by telecom regulator Trai on Friday.

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) in a direction to all telecom operators said that RCom on October 31, 2017, intimated it that “RCL (Reliance Communications Limited) shall provide only 4G data and call services to its customers and as a result will discontinue providing voice services to the subscribers. with effect from 1st December 2017.”

Reliance Communications To Shut Voice Call Service From Next Month

RCom informed Trai that it is providing 2G and 4G services in all over eight telecom circles of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, UP East and West, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Kerala.

Trai about Reliance Communications: Trai said that RCom has informed it has sent all the necessary information regarding the closure of voice calls and convert into 4G voice along with the option to port out any operators in case subscriber do not wish to continue with 4G data services of the company.

The regulator has directed RCom to not reject any porting out the request of its subscribers and asked all telecom operators to accept the request of RCom subscribers until December 31, 2017, to port into other networks.

RCom and Aircel in September last year had signed a binding agreement to merge their mobile businesses into one. But, RCom said the agreement lapsed owing to legal and regulatory uncertainties, objections by interested parties and delays in receiving relevant approvals by both companies.

RCom and Aircel in September last year had signed a binding agreement to merge their mobile businesses. But, RCom said the agreement lapsed owing to legal and regulatory uncertainties, objections by interested parties and delays in receiving relevant approvals.

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