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NASSCOM’s response to TRAI Consultation Paper on Roadmap to Promote Broadband Connectivity and Enhanced Broadband Speed

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NASSCOM earlier this month submitted its response to the consultation paper issued by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on ‘Roadmap to Promote Broadband Connectivity and Enhanced Broadband Speed’. In our response, we recommended the need to redefine the definition of Broadband and the need to improve the telecom infrastructure to meet the growing demand of the internet connectivity in the country.

We mentioned that universal broadband internet access should be treated as a public service in the lines of other infrastructure services such as highways and roads, railways, water and electricity etc. where the State should proactively encourage and facilitate penetration and universal availability.

We further suggested Government should also give priority in enhancing the fixed line connections at a certain speed with the sole aim of improving the scope to enhance fixed line broadband access, which clearly has been the leading technology for broadband penetration in India. This in turn will also result in increased use of optical fibre in the access network to meet the requirement of high bandwidth demands. We also suggested that Government should undertake necessary measures to achieve the outcomes and deliverables outlined in the National Broadband Mission 2019, as provided below:

Our detailed submission is enclosed for your kind reference.

Kindly write to us at and in case you have any feedback.

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