TRAI caps Cheaper SMSes at 100 Per Day

TNI Bureau: Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has restricted only 100 SMSes per day at concessional rate on one SIM card in order to stop the pesky and unwanted messages that disturb the subscribers at work.

According to the new revised law of the telecom regulator TRAI, SMSes sent beyond 100 SMS per day per SIM shall be charged at a tariff of minimum 50 paise.

The move has been taken to restrict the unregistered telemarketers, who are taking the advantage of the concessional SMS offers by telecom operators. The recent decision by the TRAI is certainly a admirable move.

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  • November 22, 2012 at 8:50 am
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    Why you are declaring such plans?because of telemarketers other people are suffering in it.we students mostly depend on sms’s for every single work and you are putting such restrictions on it…plz sir its my humble request to remove all restrictions from sms’s…

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