Trai corrects the call time of the mobile phone in 30 seconds; 60 seconds for landline
NEW DELHI: Telecommunications regulator Trai set the call time of the phone call on 30 seconds for mobile phones and 60 seconds for landlines on Friday if a subscriber does not answer or reject the call.
The new rules will take effect after 15 days.
The alert time for an incoming voice call, which is not answered or rejected by the called party, will be thirty seconds for mobile Mobile phone service (CMTS) and sixty seconds for basic telephone service, Trai said in an amendment to the quality of service standards for basic telephone service and mobile telephone service.
The UN agency International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has specifications for international calls or circuits in the range of 1.5 minutes to 3 minutes, but there is no prescribed value for the timer for national calls.
The current duration range of Alert call according to the different telecommunications service providers (TSP) it varies from 30 seconds to 45 seconds in the case of mobile networks, except that a telecommunications operator has set the duration of the alert to 25 seconds and in the case of telephone networks basic, varies from 60 seconds to 120 seconds.
Reliance Jio has accused former operators, including Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea, of illegally masking cable line numbers as mobile numbers for undue enrichment and has urged Trai to impose the harshest penalty for violating regulations and regulations. licensing rules
Bharti Airtel responded that Jio is trying to divert the regulator before the consultation on call connection charges (also called interconnection usage charges).
Telecom operators on their own were reducing the incoming call time to attract the reverse call of subscribers from other networks.
Under the new rules, telecom operators on whose network call is made will have to release the network channel which has been used to send incoming Alert call after 30 seconds on mobile network and 60 seconds on landline network.
The termination network, after thirty seconds in the case of CMTS and sixty seconds in the case of the Basic Telephone Service, will release the incoming voice call and transmit the call release message to the home network: provided that the network From origin you can release an unanswered response call after ninety seconds in case the call release message is not received from the termination network, said the new rule.
In case the termination network does not release the calling channel, the number occupied in the transaction remains busy and other telephone services are also affected.