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Consumers Broadband India Forum Request the gov to implement NDCP

Consumers Broadband India Forum Request the Central government to implement the pending National Digital Communications Policy (NDCP).
 
NDCP is the first Indian telecommunications policy that has taken Trai's recommendations into account for implementing the new policy

The Broadband India Forum (BIF) observing the situation has decided to request the government to implement the National Digital Communications Policy (NDCP) which has been pending for nearly two years.

Consumers Broadband India Forum Request the Central government to implement the pending National Digital Communications Policy (NDCP)
BIF TV president Ramachandran expressed his views in a letter that was written on May 6, 2020 and stated that the BIF believes this is the perfect time to implement NDC policies as the government has already ended.

The implementation of the NDCP 2018 structure will also bring about a new digital reform in India's digital ecosystem.

The BIF also invited telecommunications secretary Anshu Prakash to consider at least 13 of 31 recommendations made by TRAI regarding the NDCP.

TRAI made 31 recommendations on NDCP

The National Digital Communications Policy (NDCP) is the first policy in the Indian telecommunications sector that included recommendations made by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI).

BIF president Ramachandran said the government should implement Trai's recommendations to help the sector. Some of the proposals implemented by TRAI regarding NDCP are the opening of the E and V spectrum in the sector, the promotion of the opening of new public Wi-Fi networks, improved and stable network connectivity in disaster management and many more. This news is reported by PTI.

NDCP will facilitate the corporate sector in India

The NDCP was approved at a cabinet meeting in 2018 to reform India's digital sector. NDCP 2018 has had reforms to reduce taxes on telecommunication players to eliminate financial problems.

Not only that, but NDCP also promised to lower the spectrum price. Since 5G is the future technology that will drive commercial operations, NDCP also had provisions to install multiple spectrum bands to facilitate the 5G network for convenient use of the technology in the future.

NDCP has also promised a massive fiber launch in India. There are several other measures mentioned in NDCP 2018, which would help the corporate sector in India.

Two years ago NDCP already approved, the entire digital communications sector operating in India is awaiting the implementation of policies to create a wave of digital transformation in India.

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