Trai Chairman on Airtel's VoIP Plans: Net Neutrality Not Our Concern

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The Chairman of Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) Rahul Khullar admits Airtel's plans to charge a higher rate for VoIP traffic was against the principles of net neutrality, but added that under the current legal and regulatory frameworks, the move was perfectly legal and outside the ambit of the regulator.

"Let's be clear on this. What the company plans to do is certainly not in conformity with net neutrality. But one cannot today say the move is illegal as there's no policy either by the government that net neutrality is our principle or a regulatory framework put in place by the regulator," Khullar reportedly told the Financial Express.



Source- Trai Chairman on Airtel's VoIP Plans: Net Neutrality Not Our Concern | NDTV Gadgets
 
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When Obama govt is facing difficulty to create a concensus on net neutrality. When top IT companies are against net neutrality. India should be least concerned at this stage
 
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