The Telecom Commission today approved net neutrality rules which bar service providers from discriminating against Internet content and services by blocking, throttling or granting them higher speed access.
The proposed telecom policy addresses issues of all players, but only its effective implementation will determine the growth of the sector, TAIPA said.
The new telecom policy is likely to be rolled out by next month, Telecom Secretary Aruna Sundararajan said.
The policy aims to attract USD 100 billion in the digital communications sector by 2022 with help of regulatory reforms.
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